The past few years have been the most painful and the most transformative in my life. I’m starting to feel the urge to write again and, having come through the fire, would like to share my current vision for how … Continue reading I Choose to Love
I invite you to suspend disbelief for a few minutes and follow me on a radical thought experiment, or better yet, a radical heart experiment. First, if you don’t already share this assumption, I ask you to allow the possibility … Continue reading A Global Heart
I reluctantly became polyamorous 25 years ago when my wife, Guin, asked to open our marriage. Over time, however, poly has shifted my worldview and identity to the point where it’s hard to imagine living any other way (you can … Continue reading Pros and Cons of Polyamory
Polyamory helps God evolve. This may seem like a bizarre, perhaps even nonsensical statement, but I hope you will understand what I mean, and perhaps even agree with me, by the end of this blog post. There are many reasons … Continue reading Polyamory and Spiritual Growth: The Heart of the Matter
Back in 1981, as a freshman at Cornell, I remember many late nights with friends, eating pizza and smoking pot in each other’s dorm rooms, discussing how we wanted to live our lives after we graduated and (presumably) got married … Continue reading Children and Polyamory: The Kids Are Alright
Your partner wants to be poly. You’re … upset, sad, angry, confused, and scared, but you love your partner and you don’t want to end the relationship. This was me back in 1992 when my wife announced an attraction to another … Continue reading You Say Poly, I Say Good Golly!
Art shares his experience becoming polyamorous as a married couple in this interview. What were your beliefs and expectations about monogamy growing up? My father was always a “searcher.” In the ‘70s, he wanted an open marriage (which didn’t last long), … Continue reading From Model T to Solar Car: Art’s Story