Freie Liebe offene Ehe und Polyamory:Eine Diplomarbeit aus dem Jahre 2005 Christian Rüther
Polyamory - eine Studie zur Beziehungsgestaltung polyamorer Menschen:1. Auflage Sonja Friedwagner
The Polyamorous Home (The Polyamory on Purpose Guides #2): Jess Mahler
Amy Evans. Bisexual. Millenial. Montrealer. Amy and David are in an open relationship and it´s going great. She navigates the ups - dating gorgeous people - and downs - trying to avoid creeps - of the dating scene, when she meets a hot bassist and falls in love. This was not part of the plan. Amy must figure out how to deal with these unexpected feelings without neglecting her primary relationship, even as she keeps meeting new potential hook-ups. Surrounded by her quirky group of queer friends and the support of her boyfriend, she might find there´s a simple answer: polyamory. Well, not so simple. But y´know. OPEN: A Tale of Love, Mermaids, Bassists, & Creepy Dudes is the queer polyamorous rom com you´ve been waiting for.
This enlightening work investigates the history, incidence, and causes of a unique sexual lifestyle pursued by increasing numbers of couples. It is called by many names, and lived in a variety of ways by different couples. The most common terms used to describe it are ´hotwife´ or ´cuckold lifestyle.´ This sexual practice, a form of sexual nonmonogamy, is distinguished from swinging and polyamory in that the husband rarely seeks sexual contact outside the marriage except for participation in group sex with his wife and other men, while the wife is permitted and often encouraged to pursue unrestrained sexual encounters with other men. The author includes interviews and comments from couples living the lifestyle throughout the U.S., and presents the stories in an attempt to determine the history of this sexual practice and its role in society and in relationships. He explores the psychological, social, biological, and evolutionary underpinnings of this uncommon and socially taboo behavior in an effort to make it more comprehensible to those engaged in the lifestyle and those who are just curious.
It´s not always easy to follow your own rules... Helen is ecstatic that her fiancé, Ben, has agreed to ´´open´´ their upcoming marriage. They´ve outlined the new rules of their relationship and are finally on the same page to embark on an ethically non-monogamous adventure together. One of the most important rules? You can look at other people, but you can´t touch… at least, not until after the wedding. But it´s harder than Helen expected to stick to that particular rule when she can´t stop drooling over their wedding photographer! And what´s more, she doesn´t even know if the photographer feels the same way about her. Will she be able to wait patiently until after the wedding to make her move? Join Helen and Ben on their exploration of an alternative relationship style in this romantic comedy! About the series... Being Good is Book 5 in the Polyamorous Passions series. Each book can be read as a stand-alone. Polyamorous Passions follows the lives of three best friends as they each embark on their own journeys into consensual non-monogamy. Books 1-3 focused on Emma, Books 4-6 focus on Helen, and Books 7-9 will focus on Scarlett. This series is suitable for anyone interested in real-life polyamory, open relationships, ethical non-monogamy, feminism, positive female friendships, alternatives to monogamy and monogamous relationships, and explorations of sexuality. Includes explicit language and sexual situations; intended for mature audiences. About the author... Sagan Morrow has a degree in Rhetoric, Writing & Communications, with a decade of experience as a businesswoman, blogger, and copywriter across a variety of industries. Based in Winnipeg, Canada, Sagan is a hobbyist burlesque dancer and identifies as polyamorous. Sagan has authored several business books and teaches online courses to empower new freelancers as they grow their own successful businesses. The Polyamorous Passions series is her first foray into fiction.
This progressive handbook for Chinese medicine students and practitioners looks at gender, physiology, relationships and sexual attraction from the Chinese medicine perspective. Many standard diagnostic and treatment techniques are gender-based and do not work with clients who identify as LGBT or gender/sex/relationship fluid and so these communities are currently often underserved. Catherine Lumenello accesses the Daoist, Buddhist and Confucianist roots of the medicine and explores the energetic pathways, the Three Treasures and other theories in order to understand the emotional etiology and treatment concerns prevalent within these client groups. The topics covered in the book include transgender issues, asexuality, sex addiction, sexual realignment surgery and polyamory. Incorporating client examples, illustrations, and an assortment of treatment approaches, this book is a radical re-examination of the potential of Chinese medicine.