We hope to see many of you in February in Philadelphia. Until then please know you are in our thoughts as we move into the New Year 2010. It is the support, warm friendships and connections that keep ...Continue Reading →
When I first heard the Tiger Woods hoopla, I ignored it as just another gossip fest about someone famous. A few days later, I was personally dismayed when I saw Tiger Woods leading the headlines in USA Today while a story about four police officers being killed in Washington State was not as important. The officers, it was believed, were targeted while sitting in a coffee shop. This was only a headline ...Continue Reading →
In an effort to improve our website Loving More is implementing some changes. We are changing the look of the logo, updating navigation, streamlining all the web pages and adding content. We are working hard to improve the website so that people can find what they are looking for quickly.
The front page will be changed first and we will ad the Loving More history, advertising ...Continue Reading →
Thanksgiving is always one of my favorite celebrations. I am not sure if it’s the cooking and food, the gathering of good friends or just a day to be thankful for all the wonderful things in our lives. For ten years now Thanksgiving has become a gathering of family and community. In 1999, I opened my home to the local poly community for a Thanksgiving celebration that has become a tradition ...Continue Reading →
As the Holidays approach Loving More is in high gear preparing for events in 2010 which begin in February with the fifth annual Poly Living Conference. We are pleased and excited to announce our Keynote speaker Reid Mihalko of Cuddle Party and Reid About Sex.
To register and for complete information go to the Poly Living WebsiteContinue Reading →
CNN ran an article online Wednesday, October 28, called Mate Debate: Is Monogamy Realistic? (http://www.cnn.com/2009/LIVING/10/28/monogamy.realistic.today/index.html) The article mentions polyamory which is another example of the growing mainstream interest in the subject. I agree though with Alan of Polyamory in the News (http://polyinthemedia.blogspot.com/) said “I just wish the subject had been treated more as a positive expansion of love in its own right, rather than as a workaround for monogamy’s failures.” ...Continue Reading →
The French show Effet Papillon(The Butterfly Effect) Canal Plus films did a show on polyamory partly filmed at the Loving More Retreat in September. The show is in French but looks fairly positive. It has been posted to You Tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCjghdk_pE8 .
I personally enjoyed working with the French Film crew and I appreciate their sensitivity in blurring out people who did not want to be seen. We are hoping to ...Continue Reading →
Wow, what an amazing weekend at Easton Mountain. Not only did we get to catch up with old friends but we made new ones with almost 50% first time attendees, several from overseas. We had attendees from Germany, France, Netherlands, Great Britain, Italy and Puerto Rico this year which was really great to experience. It was incredible to meet and get to know so many awesome people. We have already booked Easton for September 10, 2010 and can’t wait to ...Continue Reading →
I was standing in line at the grocery store when an issue of Time Magazine caught my eye. The cover was a badly made wedding cake with a plastic bride and groom plowed into the top, the cover article, Unfaithfully Yours, by Caitlin Flanagan. I had to buy it and read this article. In the contents under the cover story listing the byline was “The two-parent family is in trouble. Why we still need the nuclear unit-and how to save ...Continue Reading →