Is the most romantic thing you can say to a partner ‘I don’t need you’? This is a short post about dismantling the idea of That Special Someone, and keeping people in your life because you want them there, not because you need things from them.
Hi, I’m Kale. Today I want to talk about the differences between relationship anarchy and non-hierarchical polyamory. First, I should give a quick explanation of what hierarchical polyamory is. Hierarchical Polyamory Polyamory (or poly for short) is the practice of having multiple, simultaneous, consensual relationships. Hierarchical poly is when there is a ranking system among…
Possibly the shortest article written about Relationship Anarchy, written by Mike Sturnin (@mi_st). Read Relationship Anarchy, My Summary
Hi, I’m Kale. Today I’m going to talk about the problems with unicorn hunting. I’ll start with What the heck is unicorn hunting? Generally speaking, here is what it looks like: A couple, who are progressive and open minded, have typically been together a while and have decided to open their relationship and try polyamory….
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
Consent has been talked about more in recent years, which is great. However most of the talk focuses on sexual consent. There are many other situations in which we can apply the rule of enthusiastic consent, and in this article Suzannah Weiss (@suzannahweiss) highlights some of those ways. I think this is very relevant to…
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