A researcher at the University of Chicago is asking for help:
Calling: Married Bisexual Women! Please participate in the gathering of oral histories about you!
If you have been or currently are married to a man while simultaneously maintaining a relationship with a woman you may be eligible to participate in a research project conducted by a University of Illinois at Chicago sociology PhD student
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2:50 Interview: Serena Anderlini-d’Onofrio
The ever-gracious Serena Anderlini-d’Onofrio agreed to an interview regarding Eros: A Journey of Multiple Loves, her own personal memoir of her life as an Italian emigre experimenting with her budding bisexuality and polyamorous lifestyle. She shares her stories of becoming poly, of being rejected by lesbians when she found herself to be more bisexual; of coming out to her family and her daughter; of discovering threesomes and the joys of multipartner sex. Keep an eye out for her new project on “Gaia and the New Politics of Love,” a book more on poly theory.
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