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.
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We are joined by local sex and relationship therapist, Carise Rotach-Beard, who came to the Poly In The Cities lab to share with our listeners her recent workshop on jealousy. She brought her amazing blend of intelligence and f-bombs to schools us all on the topic and how to navigate this very complex emotion. It’s a really great listen.
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In this episode, we are joined by our two friends — Lindsey, a sex educator from the Family Tree Clinic and Laura Rademacher of Sky Hill Therapy (you folks remember her from Episode 29, right?). Our two awesome friends came onto the show to talk about STI’s, what really happens when you ask to get tested, what to do when you get the results, and what all of this means in the world of non-monogamy.
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Angela and Jennifer start the episode with an update to Angela’s trip to California for her first presentation on disclosure. Jennifer starts a listener challenge (our listeners are now called “City-ites”, by the way!) called #smellslikesoup for our social media pages. Did you know that we have a Facebook page and a Twitter account?
For this episode, we are joined in the PITC lab by long time listener and supporter, “Optimus Prime” who came to share his story about how he made the choice to be monogamous after years of living a polyamorous lifestyle.
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