Why can’t we love one another like we used to?
Sandra Cliff thought of their affair as “big love and big lies,” but her old lover seems to make his open marriage work—only with more orgasms.
A survivor of childhood sexual abuse knows bisexuality is real, but wonders if he was born this way or made.
A California state bill would allow courts to legally declare a child has more than two parents.
Talking about your sexual history with a new partner is best done early and honestly.
A champion of sexual freedom, Henry Vandenburgh navigates an open marriage and doesn’t miss a beat.
Jimmy Holloway can tell you from experience that faithfulness and exclusivity are not necessarily the same thing.
Mark D. White wonders if anybody is hurt in an open emotional affair.
Christopher wonders, “Is it harder to accept honesty than infidelity?”
Rob Grimes thinks honesty in relationships is the best policy.
Jasmine Peterson is somewhat annoyed that it took her 27 years to learn about polyamory.
Angi Becker Stevens doesn’t need you to understand her family to accept it as equal.
Franklin Veaux describes common approaches to polyamory in monogamous terms.
Raising children is easier with four adults, according to Micah Schneider, making a pro-family argument for polyamory as a lifestyle.
Noah Brand breaks down the nature and origins of cultural assumptions about male vs. female libidos.