The author writes about his experience redefining romantic relationships & friends vs. lovers. He spent time touring with his band, and notice the close bonds that were formed. His friendships were allowed to evolve in an unlimited number of ways, and they also had very few demands placed on the people in the relationship. This article explores how he decided to take these same characteristics and apply them to the romantic relationships in his life.
Sometimes kinky, poly Christian pirates write about Relationship Anarchy too. This is a short blog post by by Patrik Olterman (@olterman) writes about infinite love and life without labels. Read Relationship Anarchy
Jasna Todorovic (@JasnaTod) writes a short and lovely blog post about living authentically, and letting relationships grow without expectations. Read The Bigger Picture of Polyamory
As a relationship anarchist, you are constantly bumping up against the status quo. Dr. Joni Meenagh (@JoniMeenagh) wrote this post for the Dangerous Women Project (@DangerousWomen_) about ways we might value relationship structures beyond the couple. Read Challenging Marital Status
Susan Song writes about how ‘queer theory denaturalizes hierarchies of gender, sexuality, and political influence, and is a valuable tool for anarchist practice.’ Read Polyamory and Queer Anarchism
Full Transcript: Hi, I’m Kale. Today I want to talk about how we tend to look at a relationship as either a success or a failure, and how that idea can be a fallacy. Our society tends to have a very limited definition of success when it comes to a relationship – generally it is…
Dr. Elisabeth A. Sheff (@drelisheff1) on Psychology Today (@PsychToday) talks about things that are important to solo poly people (and relationship anarchists as well) – autonomy, valuing non-romantic relationships, facing stigma and couples privilege. Read Solo Polyamory, Singleish, Single & Poly