Whose Ethics Are They Anyway?

This article originally appeared on the Polysingleish blog, June 11th, 2016. It has been modified and updated for this site. You don’t have to go far on the internet to find articles exploring the ethics of Ethical Non Monogamy. It’s all over social media,...

The Perfect Polyamorous Person

This article originally appeared on Polysingleish, Feb 9th, 2015. It has been edited and updated from it’s original version.   The Perfect Polyamorous Person— or PPP for short— develops in all of us who start exploring polyamory. It’s this future...

Pandemics, Paranoia, and New Paradigms

This article was written during the COVID-19 Lockdown. Before you read on, I need to offer acknowledgement that I write under unique circumstances during these lock-down times: I have the privilege to live in an area where there have been few cases, and transmission...
Maybe It Isn’t Jealousy

Maybe It Isn’t Jealousy

There’s more written in polyamorous literature about jealousy and compersion than possibly anything else. And still, the feeling of compersion seems elusive for many. Compersion— a word coined within polyamory but increasingly finding mainstream use— is defined as an...
The Drama Vortex

The Drama Vortex

The Drama Triangle: a model for understanding interpersonal conflict. Again and again I return to this model to understand my own accountability in contributing to conflict, and as a tool for supporting others in navigating conflict. The Drama Triangle is a relational...