The new Polyamory Weekly #77 is up! Direct download is here.

0:00 Introduction
Intro, under-18 warning and re-direction to

1:40 announcements
thanks to for delivering my new iMac and for sending in this site on these dating status buttons 3:20 the NCSF incident reports on how many inquiries/requests it received in 2005 and a quick breakdown of the nature of those requests

4:50 Listener Mail
Robert comments that masturbating about an off-limits friend is dishonest; what do you think?; Paul sends in an audio comment bringing up the question of platonic polyamory; minx questions what “platonic” means for different people

10:50 Boobiesexual merchandise
For boobiesexuals everywhere, visit Poly Weekly’s Café Press store for your own boobiesexual merchandise. Special thanks to for creating the cool, 70’s-looking logo!

11:20 Topic: Save our poly family
Valerie White gives more information; Chris makes a correction and weighs in on their current struggle; contact with donations or support; Chris commented to clarify the situation and the type of media coverage they aren’t looking for

14:45 Poly in the Media
Check out Mistress Matisse’s comments on a guy who wrote in to Dan Savage who is dating a married woman who bores him; you can always read Matisse’s writings at; 18:30 Check out this article in the Metro Times, which does include commentary on the unnaturalness of monogamy, dealing with jealousy and lots of interviews with practicing polyamorists; 19:25 Joseph Farah makes a political commentary on a crusade against polygamy

21:45 Wrap-up
Stay tuned for an interview with Mark Michaels and Patricia Johnson about their book on tantric sex; come visit and at Twisted Monk‘s booth at Folsom Street on September 24th; does anyone know of a restaurant for the PW meetup at Podcast Expo on September 30?

Questions? Comments? Feedback? Email or call the listener comment line at 206-202-POLY. And hey, why not attach an audio comment to that email? 🙂 Check out PolyWeekly at Thanks for listening!

If you like the intro music, check out Pacemaker Jane, a cool band out of Ohio.


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