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Celtic Heart Button
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Celtic button
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Exercises for Individual and Group Development: Building Blocks for Intimacy, Awareness and Community
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Exercises for Individual and Group Development: Building Blocks for Intimacy, Awareness and Community

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Love Without Limits
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Brand new updated edition of the basic sourcebook on ethical alternatives to monogamy and the nuclear family.

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Open
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Open

Love, Sex, and life in an open marriage

Book by Jenny Block

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Poly Communication Survival Kit
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Imagine that you're in the jungle and you just got bitten by a cobra. What do you reach for? Your survival kit, of course. And if you're polyamorous, make sure you reach for the Poly Communication Survival Kit. A survival kit provides bare essentials that are necessary when we're in life-threatening circumstances: the basic tools we must have in order to make a difficult situation livable. Survival kits are compact and portable, giving us speedy access to crucial tools when we're in trouble and need them the most.

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Practicing Radical Honesty
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Practicing Radical Honesty

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Radical Honesty
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Radical Honesty

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Relation Dancing
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Relation Dancing

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Sex at Dawn: The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality [Hardcover]
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In SEX AT DAWN: The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality, renegade researchers Christopher Ryan and Cacilda Jethá debunk almost everything we “think we know” about sex.

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Swinging in America: Love, Sex, and Marriage in the 21st Century [Hardcover]
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Based on an exhaustive survey into the lives of real people, Swinging in America: Love, Sex, and Marriage in the 21st Century concludes that nonmonogamous relationships such as swinging and polyamory offer a new blueprint for combining sex and love—one that may prove more in line with the way people actually live their lives in our society.

Swinging in America begins with what we know about swingers and the swinging lifestyle, based on personal narratives and over 40 years of sociological research comparing swinging and non-swinging couples on factors such as personal happiness, marital satisfaction, psychological stability, and personal values. The second half of the book explores the historical rise and contemporary decline of monocentrism—the sexually monogamous marriage as the organizing principle underlying our culture—and the implications of this decline for new nonmonogamous relationships and marriages.

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