How do you safely explore kink on the scene and find partners to play with? Mollena Williams, co-author of Playing Well With Others, tells all!
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1:00 Announcements and Host Chat
11:15 Topic: How do you safely explore the kink community?
Listener Miz B wrote in to ask how to safely explore the kink community: exploring interest, finding a dominant partner, and telling the current partner about the kink activities.
Enter the fabulous Mollena, co-author of Playing Well with Others, a book that explains the anatomy of the kink community and gives advice on what to expect for fun and safety.
46:00 Wrap up
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This week’s Poly Weekly #199: All My Love, a review of the Chicago play on open marriage and interview with write Tony Fiorentino.
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Review: All My Love
The play All My Love runs in Chicago through May 10, 2009
Interview: All My Love writer, Tony Fiorentino
Happy Poly Moment of the Week
TheOgre is happy to see his girlfriend again
DonutRooter calls in about Psychology Today article questioning whether open marriage could be a solution to cheating
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All My Love, a new theatrical presentation about the perils and pitfalls of open romantic relationships, written by and starring Artistic Director Tony Fiorentino. All My Love is a smart, fun and thoughtful look into the world of polyamory and is the fifth production presented by Diamante Productions. All My Love is now open and runs through Sunday, May 10 at the Theatre Building Chicago, 1225 W. Belmont Ave. Performances are Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3:30 p.m.
The play follows middle-aged divorcée Ellen, as she explores the world of open relationships. While juggling multiple men, she must temper the jealous passions of her primary lover, Jack, while teaching her twin daughters, Abby and Lynn, the meaning of love through the prism of polyamory. The play takes an interesting turn when Jake decides to seek his own romantic opportunities within their alternative lifestyle, threatening Ellen with the competition of a younger rival. All My Love is a critique of Western society’s most cherished notions of love, monogamy, and marriage.
All My Love is offering $10 off all tickets when a group of ten or more people buy tickets to a single performance. To reserve your group today call 773.327.5252 and mention the code “POLY GROUPS” when purchasing ten or more tickets.