In this episode, we are joined by Cunning Minx, the host of the Polyamory Weekly, the longest polyamory podcast on the internet. She joined us via Skype to share with us her experiences of what it is like to run such a successful podcast, some of her favorite guests, and her thoughts about the landscape of polyamory. It was an awesome chat. There’s even a fun twist at the end were you hear how we contribute to a potential future guest on her show!
Jennifer and Angela start the episode by discussing the tragedy of the shooting of Philando Castile and the importance to standing up against racial injustice for the non white members of the non-monogamy community.
For this episode, we are joined by scottie hall, creator and facilitator of Dharma Core, a Minneapolis based Queer Meditation Community group that is a part of the Common Ground Meditation Center. They came to the Poly In The Cities lab to share how the philosophies of Buddhism can compliment polyamory. It was a very insight dialogue.
Our homegirl, Carise, will be giving her Jealousy workshop again on July 14th!! If you enjoyed listening to her discuss the topic on Episode 38 and are in the Minneapolis area, be sure to check it out.
Also — LISTENER MAIL!!!
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For this episode, we are joined again by Shawny, a local sex educator and friend of Poly in the Cities (who you remember from our episode on abuse in kink) who has returned to our studio to join Angela in sharing their workshop on disclosure. This discussion is really helpful for everyone who is facing a difficult decision of disclosing something very personal (like being non-monogamous, for example) to someone very close to them. Give this one a listen. You’ll learn a lot!
Here is the run through for BRAINN as described by Angela and Shawny:
B – What are the Benefits?
R – What are the Risks?
A – What is an Alternative?
I – What does your Intuition say?
N– What if you do Nothing?
N– What do you do Next?
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