This week’s Poly Weekly #219: Success and Divorce.
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This week’s cohosts
PepperMint, bisexual and poly activist
Joreth, poly/kinky activist
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Topic: Success and Divorce
Prompted by Steve Pavlina’s public announcement of divorce, we discuss how the public can easily blame a divorce decision on poly explorations
A gleeful blogger criticizes Pavlina
Pavlina’s sensitive and thoughtful explanation of his family’s separation
Pavlina’s coming out post
Three more posts on polyamory
Happy Poly Moment
Greyson’s supportive coming out story
Poly Weekly 215: Christianity & sexual ethics
Steve Eley found the approach refreshing
Poly Weekly 216: Is polygamy feminist?
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