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“Love, Retold” by Tikva Wolf

'Love, Retold' personifies non-violent and exploratory angles on our perceived powerlessness created by an ultimate truth; we cannot control others or their willingness to be in a relationship with us, if we truly seek to love.

A look at “The Polyamorous Home”

Countless Facebook group responses advise leaving the home and/or partners if boundaries are crossed. But what if you feel that leaving simply isn't an option? What if boundaries clash because of a conflict of two valid and sometimes non-negotiable belief systems?

Are you a Burning Woman?

Burning Women–as an archetype in our psyche, not a prescribed gender–are rising in the form of intersectional feminists, queer activists and angry people of colour. We are the rule breakers and we demand that our voices be heard. And as we get stronger, so the forces which suppressed us wage an ever more fierce war. But they cannot stop us.

Ask Me About Polyamory by Kimchi Cuddles

Today's comic books are no longer the quiet solace and expression of an alternative community. The mainstreaming of high fantasy and Marvel's recent success in bringing their comic universe to the cinema gives mainstream credibility to those seeking to make their minority voices heard through pictorial form.

Designer Relationships by Michaels & Johnson – Becoming The Author of Your Own Life

Designer Relationships is a gentle, compassionate read which presents the subject in a most decorous and acceptable light, yet this also means it is not dramatic or compelling enough to encourage a dubious reader to finish it. This is not a book which will persuade those without an already open and curious mind.

The Game Changer by Franklin Veaux ~ A Trail Through The Trackless Wilderness

In his long awaited book "The Game Changer: A memoir of disruptive love" Franklin Veaux delivers the back-story of how he's become one of those biggest names. It's not what the book is meant to show perhaps, nevertheless that is what came through for me simply because he honestly describes the process of how he's become the man he is today.