“As our culture becomes more accepting of choices outside the norm, nonmonogamy will expand as an acceptable choice, and the world will have to change as a result,” he predicted.In recent years, probably no one has made the idea of open marriage more accessible than Dan Savage, who coined the word “monogamish” to describe his own relationship status.Elizabeth, baffled by Daniel’s disappointment, wondered: How great does sex have to be for a person to be happy?
After a spontaneous sexual awakening on the islands, she began backpacking and studying yoga throughout Europe, Southeast Asia, and China.
When she returned to California, she met her life partner, Michael, at a Valentine’s puja in San Diego.
She founded the first bisexual and lesbian women’s discussion group at her university.
Before she even heard the word polyamory, her college girlfriend pointed out that she was in love with a male yoga teacher and she began dating them both…
This guide to Seattle's sex-positive resources is intended only for adults, and assumes familiarity with safer sex precautions as well as the self-discipline necessary to practice them.
Two national non-profits which defend the fundamental freedoms sex-positive culture relies on are the ACLU ( and the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom (
See information on becoming a member as well as their current event schedule, and information on their annual campout called ``Paradise.'' It's also worth noting that several local merchants offer 10% discounts to current CSPC members, including Babeland, Wild at Heart, and The Crypt.
Finally, if you're a current or former CSPC member, then you might also enjoy looking at the following old photographs of what the CSPC's main building looked like in 1953, 1958, 1969, and 1999.
Social groups and mailing lists that include social event planning are listed here by geographic location. Many regional polyamory groups are listed on Yahoo Groups -- try this search on polyamory. (See below.) Meet helps people meet other people who share their interests.
Each interest group meets on a specific day of the month at locations that the group members vote on.
After graduation, she moved to a drumming commune in Hawaii where she directed the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pride festival of Honolulu (LGBT Pride) in 1997.