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Multiamory offers support and advice for modern relationships. Whether you are monogamous, polyamorous, swinging, casually dating, or if you just do relationships differently, we see you and we’re here for you. Multiamory is a proud member of Pleasure Podcasts. For network details, contact cameron@pleasurepodcasts.com.
 
Welcome to Poly-ish Movie Reviews, where I watch the crap so you don't have to! I watch a lot of movies. Some of those movies are great. But a lot of them are crap. I'm here to help you sort out which is which, so that you don't have to waste your time on bad cinema, unless that's your thing. No judgement - I like a lot of terrible movies. I'm just saying that, as we polys know, love may be infinite, but time is not. Let me help you manage that increasingly rare and precious time of yours by ...
 
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This week we welcome onto the show Evita "Lavitaloca" Sawyers, non-monogamy coach, speaker, educator, and creator of “Today’s Polyamory Reminder,” as well as subject of the groundbreaking documentary "Poly-Love." Evita answers some of our questions about her polyamorous journey and "Today's Polyamory Reminder," as well as her concept of polyamory a…
 
Billie, an EDS (Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome) veteran of ten years with other conditions like POTS (Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome) talks about her chronic illnesses and the challenges she’s had having her pain or condition taken seriously. Content warning: this might get graphic. Billie brings a refreshing and positive perspective around not …
 
Today, two POC folks discuss monogamy, polyamory, autonomy, and agency. Jet Noir shares a story of his parents’ and how they dealt with extramarital adventures. I discuss relationship anarchy and how it relates to Jet’s identity within non monogamy. Enjoy! https://linktr.ee/JetNoir What flavour of polyamory do you identify with? How did you get int…
 
Dr. Eli Sheff joins us (again!) this week for her third appearance on our show to talk about her research on polyamorous families, as well as some different variations of polyamory and whether or not one of those variations may be right for you. If this show is helpful to you, consider joining our amazing community of like-minded listeners at patre…
 
Jet Noir is back to talk about racial fetishization. We talk about dating, conventions, and other stuff in how it relates to race. As a former fitness coach, Jet has some experience as, what he calls, a body image coach. We talk a bit about tea to ease into the conversation as well as how we met before diving into the topic. I mention “Love is Not …
 
This week's episode tackles active listening, why it's so difficult to listen sometimes, the importance of learning to listen well, and some ways to practice becoming a better listener with your partner(s) and friends. If this show is helpful to you, consider joining our amazing community of like-minded listeners at patreon.com/Multiamory. You can …
 
Happy two days after Canada day or the day before the 4th of July. Former British North America week? Ugh colonialism is gross. While everyone is talking about the concept of being free from restrictions, I’m interviewing veteran podcasters about their flagship projects that produce free short fiction for me and for you. From the horror stories of …
 
Crystal Byrd Farmer, a polyamorous writer and speaker from North Carolina. She is the website editor for Black & Poly and a board member for the Foundation of Intentional Communities. This week, she's joining us to talk about her book The Token: Common Sense Ideas for Increasing Diversity in Your Organization and to allow us to pick her brain about…
 
There’s a fascinating distinction between the way we see ourselves and the way others see us. Those might be the same. Those might be radically different. For public facing folks like Jet Noir or even myself, it might be intentional that we show part of who we are to make art, construct a performance, or for a host of other reasons or pressures. I …
 
This episode is about change. It's a common saying not to date someone with the hopes of changing them, but human nature is change, so throughout this episode we're discussing what kind of change is reasonable to expect from a partner and how to tell if or when it's actually taking place. If this show is helpful to you, consider joining our amazing…
 
Today we talk about scripts around what words like community mean. We talk about housing and how we’ve been taught to “live together” either in couples or with roommates. How does that look for folks off script like triads? We’ll talk about relationship orientation, the traditional white-picket fence Canadian dream, gender and its impact on scripts…
 
Long distance relationships like any kind of relationship are diverse, varied, and complicated. Jazz Goldman discusses the benefits, challenges, and milestones of long distance relationships while reflecting on our comet partnership, one flavour of long distance relationship. We have had some struggles that felt intense to me and some successes tha…
 
There are places in the world right now where you can’t even say the words coronavirus. This episode I catch up with my friend Morgan while we’re both doing self isolation as directed by government policy. While we don’t live in a place that enforces lockdown, we’re both responsible enough to know if the government says it’s dangerous for us to be …
 
There are a lot of common beliefs and well-established ideas within the polyamorous community. But how many of these are just touted as gospel because they're important changes to the compulsory monogamous ideals of society? In this episode we're exploring how some of these ideas might not be universally true and challenge the polyamory status quo.…
 
Getting a throat infection or cold sores are often seen as something that most people experience at some point in their lives. However when those infections are lower down, say on someone’s genitals, there’s a tremendous amount of added stigma that seems to come out of nowhere. Whether you get cold sores on the lips on your face or on your genitals…
 
This week we're joined by Sex Out Loud podcast host, award-winning author, sex educator, and speaker Tristan Taormino to talk about solo polyamory and relationship anarchy. Tristan has edited 25 anthologies and written 8 books on the subject of sex and relationships, including Opening Up: A Guide to Creating and Sustaining Open Relationships. She i…
 
Tillie is back to chat with us about kink, edge play, when we discovered we were first interested in those things, queerness, gender dysphoria, and self-acceptance. How has power exchange changes for us as we’ve gotten older? Let’s get to the session and hear Tillie’s perspective. Do you do edge play? What is it? What edge do you play on? When did …
 
We're so happy to have everyone who has stuck with us along this journey! For our 300th episode, we're talking about Multiamory's origins and how everything began for those who don't know it yet. Join us for some retrospection this week! If this show is helpful to you, consider joining our amazing community of like-minded listeners at patreon.com/M…
 
Chronic conditions are rarely easy. It’s a seemingly permanent change to your quality of life and the habits and behaviours you can have for the rest of your experience on this planet. Sometimes, the conditions are long term and treatable, but other times there’s nothing you can do. Today, we’re talking with Charisma, a former addict and HSV positi…
 
Join us with April Walsh, a game designer and civil liberties attorney, to talk about Thirsty Sword Lesbians, a kickstarter table top role playing game she designed. April's goal with her games is to centralize queer storytelling and celebrate queerness, and throughout this episode she talks about her experience making a queer table top game and so…
 
Okay this session with Tillie is much more content rich than the last one I recorded while experiencing intestinal distress. We chat about power exchange and how it informs self-domming or executive function as it’s more academically described. How do you plan or organize for having reduced function? We note that managing self care can be exhaustin…
 
For this Multiamory episode, we're focusing on stress: the differences between distress and eustress, how stress is actually necessary for quality of life, healthy versus unhealthy stress, effects of bad stress, and how to balance stress levels to lead happier lives. If this show is helpful to you, consider joining our amazing community of like-min…
 
We talk briefly about consent and art. In and among these conversations, we somehow get on the topic of consent in bestiality - consider this your content warning that that’s in here. We also talk very briefly about a warehouse fire in California where some people died. So content warning for that. And with those in mind, let’s go to the session wi…
 
Dr. Rhonda Freeman, neuropsychologist and founder of Neuroinstincts®, has joined us this week to discuss what goes on in the brains of narcissistic and psychopathic people, and to speak a little about her own framework she devised to help people heal from bad relationships with such people. Dr. Freeman's website, neurosagacity.com, has resources an…
 
At WCB this year, I had some pretty severe chronic pain. I get periodic intestinal issues leading to severe headaches and sometimes nausea. I’ve had the same gastro enterologist for almost two years now and nothing we’ve tried has helped except hydrating more and eating low FODMAP which have helped a little. When I’m in distress, a little goes a lo…
 
This week's guest is Erin Tillman, aka "The Dating Advice Girl," who has joined us to talk about health checkups in relationships and to give her valuable perspective on relationship health and wellness. Find more of Erin on her website at www.TheDatingAdviceGirl.com, Instagram and Twitter at @DatingAdviceGrl, TikTok at @MissErinTillman, and check …
 
My friend Sapphire is back to chat about the thinning of the veil tonight on Samhain or as you might know the night, if you’re not pagan, Hallowe’en. Some of you might be celebrating All Saints Evening, the evening before All Saints Day, especially if you’re Catholic. Some, especially in certain parts of Europe, take All Saints Day seriously enough…
 
Sophia invites me to her hot tub for a skinny dip and podcasting about kink, BDSM, consent, consensual nonconsent (though Sophia doesn’t like that term), switching, bisexuality, pansexuality, hierarchical nonmonogamy, and many others. It’s sure to be an intimate session. We talk about the origins of the Safe, Sane, Consensual or SSC paradigm. The o…
 
As with many other things, approaching domestic violence and intimate partner violence within polyamorous relationships can sometimes require different approaches than is traditional. This week we're joined with Christy Croft, a violence prevention trainer who has over ten years of experience as a crisis hotline advocate, support group leader, and …
 
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