"The Hell of Monogamy — A Polyamorist Perspective"
MultipleMatch.com. Its slogan: "You can change our future relationship paradigm." It includes a fledgling free poly dating site.
She has also published a book: The Husband Swap, a tumultuous, passionate autobio. The cover art is adapted from her photo. Blurb:
As a promotion this weekend (through September 2), she's offering the book free as a Kindle download. It's also available in paperback. Here's the book's website with an excerpt. Here's her author blog.
A few days ago she published this provocatively titled piece at Huffington Post U.K.:
The Hell of Monogamy — A Polyamorist Perspective
In a society which hates and suppresses sex in all but the most rigidly controlled circumstances, many would-be-polyamorists go through a terrible process of trying to meet others' expectations. They are unaware that it is their nature to love more than one simultaneously and that this an acceptable choice to make; for in the world's (and usually their own) eyes, they are already sinners. In trying to fit their round polyamorous selves into a monogamous square hole, they will ultimately fail and repeat a pattern of guilt and self loathing which contributes further to lower their self esteem. Their obvious failures and misery are compounded by the disgust of their peers, parents and often even their friends.
I know, because it happened to me. And it was hell.
Raised in the christian ideal where the highest pinnacle of womanhood is as an immaculate virgin, I knew that my nature and inclination was spurned as dirty, disgusting and whorish even before I acted upon it. Of course, at first no one did know of it but me, but my more 'loving' tendencies revealed themselves early on. And in an effort to precipitate the inevitable rejection from others, I took on more lovers than even I ever wanted, often despising myself for doing so and despairing that I would ever have a future with any man....
Then I fell madly in love and got married....
Read on (August 25, 2013). Here are her other Huffington Post articles. She's definitely one to watch.
Franklin Veaux just used the essay above to start off one of his own: Round Peg, Meet Square Hole.