Oct 2, 2019
A listener is engaged to her fiancée, who just came out as
straight. How does she cope with not having sex with her soon-to-be
Content warning and why you can’t find our podcast on Apple Podcasts in India.
Couple-centric and non-diverse article in Cascadia claiming Portland is the center of Pacific NW poly
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Emily writes in to say that her fiancée recently identified as straight and will no longer have sex with her. She says they are poly, so it doesn’t mean that there won’t be any sex for her, but she is confused. She says she their love is unconditional, so it shouldn’t matter, but what does this mean for their relationship?
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SLT writes in in response to episode 519 on the issue of poly-friendly housing and
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