Changing the way we think about consensual non-monogamy

Nirel Marofsky highlights a number of convincing reasons why polyamory should be a more widely considered option - this includes its emphasis on transparent communication, comparison, diffusion of economic (and other) responsibilities, and importance of autonomy. From this, NIrel will argue that we need to change our definition of “relationship“ to include polyamory and other forms of consensual non-monogamy.

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Lessons from my ethical non-monogamous household

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Polyamory and emotional literacy

Kel Walters is a junior at UT Arlington studying political science and psychology with a minor in Arabic. She has been involved in local politics from a very early age, including frequently serving as an election judge. She also writes the column Real Talk for a student run webzine called BackRow Mag. She has been involved in the polyamorous community for several years, helping others build and maintain their relationships.

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How consensual non-monogamy works for us | asking for a friend

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