Polyamory means "many loves" and it refers to a consenting sexual relationships with multiple partners. Learn about the polyamorous lifestyle and take a peek into the experience of polyamorous love and sex.
Want to be a decent metamour in your polyamorous relationship? Here are some things you should do.
Couples' privilege is the acceptance of certain polyamorous relationships over others. And it can be toxic.
February's Sex Blogger of the Month is Kevin Patterson of Poly Role Models. Here's 10 questions with Kevin to help you discover why we love...
You might assume that having multiple partners would mean having more people to spend the festive season with. That isn't always the case.
Honesty is the key to ethical non-monogamy, which is why DADT arrangements often just don't work.
Polyamory and open relationships can be tricky waters to navigate - here are some questions to ask yourself before you enter the world of...
Many people assume polyamorists spend a lot of time having sex. In reality, they spend a lot of time keeping their relationships organized.
Not all fulfilling relationships are monogamous. Here's what the research has to say about it.
Whether you're deep in the poly lifestyle or just curious to read about it, there's something for everyone on this site. Read about the...
In 2017, the idea of a relationship model beyond mating for life sparked the interest of Google users. We examine why - and what it means...
Believe that monogamous couples are happier than polyamorous couples? Science shows they may be equally happy.
Wondering how to approach the topic of STIs with your partner(s)? Sometimes just opening up to a conversation like this is the hardest part.
Keeping casual sex truly casual means you have to make extra efforts to set boundaries not just for others but for yourself as well.
What's it called when your partner's sexual freedom makes you happy, rather than green with jealousy? Let us introduce you to something...
We might’ve had something amazing if it had all clicked. Instead, we had an awkward threesome, some painful memories, and a lost friendship.
Being polyamorous taught me things about love that I wish I had known when I was monogamous.
With multiple partners comes multiple desires and points of view. That can mean excitement and fun, but there's plenty of room for trouble...
Polyamory is hard, but navigating these complex relationships is all about learning new skills. These books can help.
When my partner and I decided to be monogamous, we took everything we had learned as polyamorists with us.