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Loving More Loving Choices Colorado – Presentations List

Saturday – April 23


List is tentative and subject to change


Relationships Choices Polyamory 101

Robyn Trask and Jesus Garcia

Polyamory 101 is a class exploring polyamorous (multi-partner) relationships as well as other choices.  Practical tips to help these alternatives to monogamy work.  We will cover different choices in relationships and styles of polyamory, terms and definitions, and the kinds of issues and challenges ...

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Loving More NonProfit Non-Discrimination Policy

This policy states Loving More’s position on discrimination. This policy applies to all Loving More employees, volunteers, members, clients, and contractors.

“Loving More does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender expression, relationship form or family structure, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, veteran status, military obligations, or marital status.

“This policy also applies to internal promotions, training, opportunities for advancement, terminations, outside vendors, organization members and customers, service clients, use ...

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Loving Choices Colorado Presenters List

Claudia Lanigan

Claudia Lanigan is trained in numerous healing modalities; she has a passion for healing and helping people. Claudia combines powerful tools of Theta Healing, nurturing touch, massage and Young Living essential oils creating a holistic approach to health and wellness. She believes that it is not enough to offer therapeutic healing, rather that it is essential for people to involve themselves in their own process of healing. Continue Reading →


Sex at Sunset

At my next birthday, I’m going to be sixty six. I’ve got five grandchildren. I have gray hair. Conventional wisdom would suggest that I’ve arrived at a stage of life where sexuality is no longer important.

There’s a joke about the Miami women who were discussing conversational conventions. “Ve don’t talk about politics, because vat is, is. Ve don’t talk about religion, because vat vill be, vill be. And ve don’t ...

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Welcome To PEPTalk

Welcome to Loving More PEP Talk online.

Twenty six years ago Loving More started as a newsletter called PEP Talk which stood for Polyfidelity Educational Productions. We have continued to this day to produce the magazine under PEP Publishing, so it seemed a good fit to bring back the name for our online blog magazine.  As we launch LM PEP Talk over the next few weeks we will be refining ...

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The Influx of Young People Identifying as Polyamorous

The number of people who call themselves polyamorous or say they have an open relationship is on the rise. The media is in a frenzy and local groups are growing like crazy in areas that two years ago had little to no groups or at least little activity. This growth appears to be driven by the twenty something crowd. This is not to say polyamory ...

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Poly Living 2011 Preliminary Workshop List

Presenter Bios available here

What Does Polyamory Look Like?

Mim Chapman, PhD

What is your poly relationship dream, and what does it look like in action? A wide variety of models for loving and living are emerging within the poly community. This interactive workshop will give you the opportunity to look at some of them and explore what best matches your ...

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Loving More Magazine Writer/Submission Guidelines


Loving More® Writer’s Guidelines

Please read writers guidelines thoroughly.  By submitting articles to Loving More you agree to adhere the Loving More writer guidelines.

  1. Articles should be relevant to polyamory or other types of healthy relationships, including articles by people who are working to integrate polyamory into their lives.  But we consider other subjects based on relevancy to the magazine.  Check our website ( for a quick tour on polyamory.
  2. Article should be ...
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Poly Living 2011 Philadelphia, February 4-6, Presenter Line-up


Mim Chapman Ph.D.

Mim Chapman, Ph.D., is the author of What does Polyamory Look Like?, a new book about the forms of poly diversity. She is a relationship coach, keynote speaker, educator, and change agent, and has been entertaining and mentoring people for more years than she chooses to admit.  She is a certified Myers-Briggs trainer and has led workshops in various aspects of diversity, learning styles, multiple intelligences, ...

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Canadian Law and Polyamory: A Showdown in Court

With its appearance before the British Columbia Supreme Court approaching, the Canadian Polyamory Advocacy Association presented a workshop titled “The Canadian Charter Rights Case and Criminalization of Polyamorous Households” in October at Loving More’s Poly Living conference in Seattle.

CPAA, with members across Canada, formed to advocate before the court as an “intervener” (interested party) representing polyamorists’ interests in a historic trial that begins November 22nd in Vancouver.

Canada has a federal ...

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