Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, directed by Angela Robinson, came out in October 2017, and has been hailed as a groundbreaking, trailblazing film that positively portrays polyamory. “For Professor Marston’s Bill, Elizabeth and Olive, polyamory isn’t a one-off tryst; … Continue reading Professor Marston and the Wonder Women is Not a Depiction of a Fair and Healthy Polyamorous Relationship
“I feel like my life is a train. I pull into a station, cry for ten minutes, the train goes on, only to stop a few hours later to have another emotional breakdown,” I said to my friend in Chicago. … Continue reading Healing from a Poly Relationship
This Spring my partner’s wife Guin found a new job in Windsor, Ontario, and the whole family is moving there this summer. Lance, her boyfriend, has already decided that he would move with them to Windsor. Art and I spent … Continue reading Should I Move in with Them?
Tired of always seeing monogamous people on TV? Unicornland is an upcoming series that navigates uncharted territory in New York City’s dating scene: Couples. Creator/producer Lucy Gillespie answers some questions about the series. To learn more and support Unicornland, visit their … Continue reading Unicornland, the New Series
My lover is moving to Windsor, Ontario this summer because his wife accepted a job there. We currently live six hours away from each other, but in Windsor, the drive would be twelve hours, which means I’d have to take … Continue reading Living with Uncertainty
We live in a culture of loneliness. As career patterns and housing patterns have shifted towards greater mobility and increasing distance, more people than ever are living alone, marrying later, and participating in fewer community activities. In a study in which researchers asked a … Continue reading Loneliness and the Secondary
Anne Boleyn was not content to be the mistress of King Henry VIII. Born of aristocratic parents and a diplomat father, Anne and her siblings were familiar in the court of King Henry at an early age. Although she had previously been … Continue reading Envy and the Secondary
In my last blog post I wrote about the benefits of dating married people. Namely that dating isn’t always about finding someone to marry, but finding joy in relationships regardless of their potential for long-term commitment. Being a secondary also … Continue reading The Challenges of Being a Secondary