The organisers of Polyday think it's the biggest non-monogamy event in Europe, and tried to match that scale with a raft of talks and workshops.
From drinking pee to polyamory, the Nova Scotia couple behind the 'Turn Me On' podcast wants to celebrate sex in all of its forms—no shame required.
After some controversy over “ace” and “poly” inclusion, they told us what queer identity means to them.
“I don’t need to know every detail, but if it’s big enough to lie about it, then it probably shouldn’t be happening.”
“As queer people, we are creating our future. We have to be the blueprints for what we want.”
How do you explain mom and dad’s new girlfriend?
Here's a collection of epic stories of love, sex, and devastation.
“I’m really tired of the Christian fundamentalist right co-opting the entire Christian community.”
From having a micropenis to living on different continents, non-monogamous couples answer the questions friends are too afraid to ask.
We get dumped for the same reasons as anybody—there are just more people involved.