Archive for 'Loving More Updates'

Doing a Media Interview? Tempted? Make sure it’s not Poly in, Garbage Out

Whether you are going on Jerry Springer or just want to explain poly to your best friend, these me dia tips should help you get your message across clearly.

by John Ullman, 2002, revised 2009

Originally published in Loving More Magazine issue #30


Call for Presenters Poly Living Philadelphia 2011


After a few setbacks and challenges Loving More® is excited to be producing the sixth annual Poly Living Conference February 4-6, 2011, in Philadelphia, PA.

We are currently exploring different keynote speaker possibilities. We are also looking for Saturday night extras such as Cuddle Parties or other similar offerings. With registration just beginning only we are ready ...

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2010 Poly Living Seattle Schedule*

Preliminary Schedule

Presenter Bios


Friday – October 22

4 PM – 7:00 PM Registration and Check-in

Pick up your Conference Package/schedule and get yourselves all checked in.    We advise all people to get checked in first, then head out to grab some dinner before the evening’s festivities.

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Poly Living Seattle 2010 Workshops

Workshops Subject to Change

Presenters List

Human Origins and Polyamory: When Did it All Begin?

Anthropologists love to speculate about the origins of human sexual proclivities and behaviors.  We generate detailed theories about attraction, passion and jealousy, all couched under the rubric of reproductive strategies.  In this workshop we’ll explore current theories about the origins of partnering patterns. Some infer early polygamy and abundant multi-relating by both sexes; others contend that at the core we’re ...

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Poly Living Seattle 2010 Presenters

Keynote and presenter

Dossie Easton, MA

Dossie, a longtime player on the San Francisco S/M scene and well-known killer bottom, is co-author with Janet Hardy of  The Ethical Slut: A Practical Guide to Polyamory, Open Relationships and Other Adventures, newly in its second edition, as well as  The New Bottoming Book, The New Topping Book, When Someone You Love Is Kinky, and Radical Ecstasy: SM Journeys to Transcendence. She ...

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Loving More Updates for August 2010

Summer is waning and the Loving More Staff are busy gearing up for fabulous fall conferences. The 24th annual Loving More Retreat is September 10-12, 2010 and a first for us, Poly Living Seattle is October 22-24, 2010.

Each event offers it’s own unique flavor for the polyamorous or the poly curious. The Loving More Retreat has a mixture of workshops and playshops designed to help people open up and make connections. Many of the workshops offer the experience of deepening ...

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Issue #40 Loving More Magazine – US Government Approved

We are pleased to announce the release of Loving More® Magazine’s issue number forty Loving More; US Government Approved.

Since 1991 we have been the only magazine dedicated exclusively to topics involving Polyamory-multi-partner relating. We have issues, both past and present, that cover all different styles and logistics of polyamorous relating for the ...

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Polyamory interview on Radio Netherlands International English Program The State We’re In

The State We’re In, is an English language international show on world affairs.  We had the pleasure of doing an interview with them last week which is available currently at  This week’s show features my partners Jesus, Ben and I talking about our relationship with each other and how polyamory works for each of us.  It is very positive and in my opinion well done.  I was struck by them asking Ben a question about what he ...

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Call for Article for Issue #41

We are looking for Articles for the next issue number 41 of Loving More Magazine.  This will be a printed issue.

Deadline next issue June 1, 2010

We need articles with a polyamory or relationship focused theme.

Examples of possible topics; coming out poly, transitional experiences in poly, bisexuality, making polyamory work long term, reconciling poly with traditions of family or religion, history of poly ...

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The Marginalizing of Polyamory by Mainstream Media and Academia

On Wednesday April 7, 2010 at the Conference on World Affairs a panel presentation was being presented From Monogamy to Polyamory and Everything in Between.  Wow this is great that polyamory is being included in the Conference on World Affairs held annually at the University of Colorado in Boulder.  Just one problem, on the panel of “experts” there was not one person who really knew or understood polyamory.  The local polyamory group in Boulder caught wind of this via Amy ...

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