Tag Archives: Guest Blog Post

“…So Who’s the Father?”

Today’s article is a guest post from Kitty Rea.

A school teacher in disguise, Kitty has a desire to help others. Aspiring to become a sex educator, she writes about sexuality, kink and alternative relationship styles and hosts a brand new Romanian podcast on love and lust. She teaches bondage all over Europe and is on a fabulous mission to spread self-love,  » Read more

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Can We Be Poly If Our Calendars Don’t Mesh?

Page   January 18, 2019   Comments Off on Can We Be Poly If Our Calendars Don’t Mesh?

Today’s piece is a guest blog post from W0ndercunt. A Dominant sadomasochist as well as a leader in her local kink community, she can be found on FetLife here.

Check out what she wrote for Poly Land today:

Can We Be Poly If Our Calendars Don’t Mesh?

I laid out a lot on our first date,  » Read more

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Everything I’ve Ever Learned About Non-Monogamy My Puppy Taught Me All Over Again

Page   March 8, 2018   Comments Off on Everything I’ve Ever Learned About Non-Monogamy My Puppy Taught Me All Over Again

Today’s piece is a guest blog post from Fluffy, an academic in-training, who is studying organizational behavior in hopes of making the world a better place.

They previously contributed four articles to Poly.Land:

  1. Is There a Right Time or Way to Break Up a Relationship?
  2. I Was Treated as a Disease Vector: Why There Are So Few Gay Men in Pansexual Polyamory
  3. Being Single Sucks,
  4.   » Read more

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Who Shouldn’t Be Polyamorous?

Page   September 25, 2017   Comments Off on Who Shouldn’t Be Polyamorous?

Today’s article is a guest blog post by Matthew Shadrake.

Matt is a polyamorous switch and a big ole softie. He has previously contributed 3 posts to Poly.Land:

  1. Twin Demons: How I Learned About Toxic Masculinity and Toxic Monogamy
  2. The Difference Between Having Preferences and Being a Prejudiced Asshole in Online Dating
  3. Firing a Gun Into a Dark Room: Strip Clubs,
  4.   » Read more

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15 Open Relationship Rules That Make Basically No Sense

Page   August 28, 2017   Comments Off on 15 Open Relationship Rules That Make Basically No Sense

Today’s post is a guest blog post from my dear friend John. Because I’m kind of an A-hole friend, I shared with him an agony-inducing article from the folks at LovePanky called “15 Open Relationship Rules for a Better Love Life.”

Once John stopped raging at its content, he produced the following writeup.  » Read more

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The Sex Trap: What Polyamorous People Do Versus What Monogamous People Think We Do

Page   June 24, 2017   Comments Off on The Sex Trap: What Polyamorous People Do Versus What Monogamous People Think We Do

Today’s post is a guest blog post from Daphne Matthews.

Daphne is a former journalist who has been involved in various BDSM communities for over a decade, including time in leadership. She is the author of The Gambler series of books: Backed Into a Hand, Aces and Spades,  » Read more

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Is Solo Polyamory Ableist?: A Readers’ Response Discussion

Page   March 14, 2017   Comments Off on Is Solo Polyamory Ableist?: A Readers’ Response Discussion

I recently stumbled across a post from Poly Talk called “Is Solo Polyamory Ableist?”

In the piece, Codi Coday asserts that solo polyamory as a relationship style is inaccessible and ableist, i.e., that it is discriminatory against individuals who are not able-bodied.

Quite a statement.

I wasn’t quite sure what to make of it,  » Read more

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