Polyamory & Non-Monogamy



We offer new ideas and advice for multiple forms of love: everything from conscious monogamy to ethical polyamory and radical relationship anarchy. We combine the knowledge from our years of personal experience with the best information available and present it in a way that’s entertaining, thought-provoking, and easy to apply to your relationships.


Non-monogamy Help

Non-Monogamy Help is a relationship advice podcast for people in non-monogamous or polyamorous relationships. With the help of a therapist with over a decade of experience, your host Lola Phoenix, answers the questions your questions about rules, hierarchies, unicorns and more.

Podcast: https://t.co/Mi1T1eStZ0 

@nonmonogamyhelp on Twitter

Normalizing Non-Monongamy

Every week we interview exciting and amazing people from all across the non-monogamy spectrum who are straight, gay, bisexual, trans, and everywhere in between! It’s our belief that we all have something to learn from those around us, even if they do life slightly differently than we do.



http://polyweekly.com/ http://twitter.com/polyweekly

Millions of people around the world practice polyamory and have successfully dealt with the same challenge you are facing now. Our goal is to share stories of diverse, inclusive poly experiences to help you on your journey. Use a keyword to search our 12-year podcast blog archives to find episodes, posts and comments on your current relationship question.




On Twitter @daemonumx

Linked is a 25 page zine about polyamory! It covers important topics like rules vs. boundaries, ethics, jealousy, power dynamics, and desirability/privilege. There’s even an exhaustive list of red flags to save you time and heartache.

Linked was originally printed in February 2019, and updated again in August 2019.

ASN Lifestyle Magazine

ASN Lifestyle Magazine is committed to the Lifestyle community to promote healthy living and  experiences. We are a taste-maker, an arbiter of style, and are at the forefront of trends in social behavior, political, sexual and economic freedom.



Loving More


As an organization that is played a central role in the polyamory movement since the 1980s, Loving More has a plethora of knowledge to offer including magazines and conferences.

Poly Dallas Millennium

 Our symposium provides a sex-positive safe space for those seeking knowledge about ethical nonmonogamy, who have questions about ethical nonomogamy, or are experienced with ethical nonmongamy . We bring to the forefront people of color who are queer, trans, and nonbinary. This does not exclude anyone else. We love bountifully. This is space for all lovestyles. We leave all that stops us from loving fully and freely at the front door.


Follow on Twitter @blacksexgeek

National Coalition for Sexual Freedom

Check out this 36 page PDF resource guide here

Non-Monogamy Isn’t Inherently High Risk


100 Questions to ask when considering Non-Monogamy


Sex Geek

An awesome nonmonogamy resource with a whole other resource list. Several that aren’t listed here so make sure you check it out at the link below.




Navigating Non Escalator Relationships- blog article


Poly Role Models

Loves Not Colorblind author Kevin Patterson



Nonmonogamy Help

It’s a Medium blog. A web resource and podcast on polyamory, nonmonogamy, unicorns and more.


7 Truths About Being Non-Monogamous

Here’s a personal resource from my own journey through polyamory as I work to uncover my unique experience of polyamory with these 7 truths about being non-monogamous.

What Ethical Non-Monogamy Can Teach Us About Healthy Relationships

The Critical Polyamorist

In addition to my work and social life, other political commitments, and being a mom to my brilliant, kind, and outspoken child, I blog and tweet as the Critical Polyamorist about polyamory, other forms of open non-monogamy, and their intersections with Indigeneity, race, and cultural politics in the US and Canada.


More Than Two

This site has a plethora of information in easily digestible Q and A format: More Than Two- Polyamory


A wholesome slut and polymath, I consider myself ambiamorous, meaning that I’m a person who can be happy having either polyamorous or monogamous relationships (it really all depends on the situation). That said, I have been in polyamorous relationships for over a decade. Things are pretty stable these days with the fabulous Justin Case (a.k.a. Skyspook in some of my older posts) as an anchor partner and with my girlfriend Ro, but the early days had a lot of ups and downs. The downs have taught me just as much – and arguably a lot more – than the ups. I am a ruthful (but not ruthless) pragmatist.



Queer Women in Non-Monogamous vs Monogamous Relationships

If you enjoy stats, quotes, comparison pie charts, and infographics, this post may be perfect for you. It has a lot of that and it’s certainly an entertaining and informative read.


Love’s Not Color Blind