Polyamory in the News!
. . . by Alan M.

March 11, 2015

The Humanist Hour interviews articulate PolyColumbus activists

Susan Porter (left) and Rose McDonnell
The Humanist Hour is a monthly podcast produced by the American Humanist Association. It's also on the Public Reality Radio online network and a couple of small stations in Michigan and Pennsylvania.

This month's episode (number 141) is What Is Polyamory All About?, featuring the brilliant Susan Porter and Rose McDonnell of PolyColumbus in Ohio, which helped sponsor the Beyond The Love poly conference there last November.

Listen here. They're thoughful and sharp — great new representatives we're lucky to have. They start at 6:30 into the program.

The blurb:

Bo Bennett and Kim Ellington interview Susan Porter and Rose McDonnell from PolyColumbus.org. Listen as they discuss polyamory – the practice of having multiple simultaneous sexual and/or romantic partners.

From the PolyColumbus.org website:

PolyColumbus empowers individuals that either self-identify as polyamorous, open, or ethically non-monogamous, or are exploring such possibilities. We build community to provide a safe and inclusive place to not only be ourselves, but also meet like-minded individuals from all backgrounds.

We advocate for the equal treatment of the ethically non-monogamous under law, and for broader societal acceptance of the same. We serve organizations with similar goals by documenting best practices and creating other resources for successfully running such an organization.

Finally, we educate each other, allied organizations, and the broader community on what it means to be ethically non-monogamous.




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