The 5 biggest myths about ethical non-monogamy (and why they're wrong)

In this video, Janel goes over some of the most common myths about ethical non-monogamy (ENM) and open relationships she hears as a relationship coach. As someone who works with many people who identify with this relationship orientation as well as someone who practices ethical non-monogamy in my personal life, it's important to her to dispel these false narratives about ENM!

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Lessons from my ethical non-monogamous household

Relationships are one of the intricate, necessary, and beautiful (sometimes painful) parts of the human experience. A less traditional parenthood among several other factors shaped the outlook of our speaker. We'll hear the personal narrative of how ethical non-monogamy might be right for you, but that might not always be the case

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

“I have two partners and my older partner actually lives up the street from us. When we're talking about parenting, especially is a huge benefit.”

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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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Dan Savage: why monogamy is ridiculous

“The idea that one instance of infidelity should ruin a relationship is a new—and misguided—notion.”

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