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“Long term monogamy with a partner of either sex tends to destabilize bisexual identity narratives” - Eadie (1996).
Bisexuality has an interesting place in society. Bisexual individuals get a lot of pressure to live heterosexual lives or homosexual lives, both groups not valuing the bisexual (or queer for that matter) identity. Individuals in the consensual non-monogamous world often see themselves as more accepting of diverse individuals. However, is this true? Is being bisexual in the consensual non-monogamous community "accepted" Join Dr. T and Devin Kent as they discuss bisexuality and the consensual non-monogamous world.
Sometimes it may seem hard to exercise your no in your consensual non-monogamous life. At times, we may have taken one for the team, expecting that our lovers will do the same for us. Other times, we do not know how express our desire for friendship without sex in consensual non-monogamy. Just because we live consensual non-monogamous lives does not mean we have to fuck everyone. Join Devin Kent and Dr. T as we take about exercising our no in our consensual non-monogamous lives. Should you miss this one? No!
As humans, we often neglect a large source of knowledge in our lives. We are taught to pay attention to our thoughts and behaviors, sometimes our emotions. However we often forget that our spirits, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors are all housed in our bodies. Often, if we were to listen to the various sensations of our bodies, we would be able to understand our spirits, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors in a much more profound way. We may even have a better chance at changing our unwanted thoughts, emotions, and behaviors if we would only listen to our bodies’ knowledge. Ironically, in our sexual worlds, where we use our bodies often, we neglect to reflect on all of the knowledge our bodies have to offer. Join Devin Kent and Dr. T as we talk about embodied consensual non-monogamy.
Falling in love can be complicated in any relationship;
however, falling in love in consensual non-monogamy can be tricky, unexpected, beautiful, and trying at the very same time. Whether you are looking for love in consensual non-monogamy or not, love is possible in consensual non-monogamy unless you consciously put practices in place to avoid love (Even then, love can sneak up on you.). Join Devin Kent and Dr. T as they discuss navigating love in consensual non-monogamy. Like always, they tackle the topic with humor, some personal and professional experience, and research.
Like evey life, consensual non-monogamy has its pros and cons. The pros and cons of non-monogamy can teach you much about life in ways that nothing else can. When reflecting on the pros and cons of non-monogamy, you can find the information that will help you create a consensual non-mongamous life you can truly enjoy. Join Devin Kent and Dr.T take a fairly light-hearted look at the pros and cons of consensual non-monogamy in our own lives and the pros and cons others have shared with us.
Welcome to the first episode of Well-Being and Consensual Non-Monogamy. Really, This is a rebranded show with new hosts: Devin Kent and Dr.T Sexcoach. Our focus is first on personal well-being: physical, mental, and spiritual. However, we hope to provide a sex positive environment for listners, particularly the consensual non-monogamous community. With that being said, all sex positive people who want to look at different aspects of their sexuality and themselves are welcome.
Well-Being and Consensual Non-Monogamy is a good place to come for sexual healing and exploration. It is a good place to learn something new, begin again, and become someone new.
Our Individual self-love, mentally, physically, and spiritually, ultimately affects how we deal with love and jealousy in our non-monogamous live. How can we love ourselves more, the good, the bad, and the ugly, so we can handle love and jealousy? In many ways, we feel that jealousy and love stem from the same place, desire; Moreover, it is acceptance of our own desires that helps accept the desires of others. It sounds easy when we say it, but we must find ways to live it. Join Devin and Dr.T explore the consensual non-mongamous life.
Join me @ noon, Eastern Time, as I discuss the Personal Codes of Ethics for Monogamy and Consensual Non-Monogamy
The term ethics refers to the rules, traditions, and laws of a given society, created to help humans co-exist within a society. There is no society that has a code of ethics that accounts for everyone and protects all individuals equally.
Most societies create codes of ethics pertaining to “proper” sex and sexuality. Historically, this has been very important to the health of a society because sex and sexuality can be such divisive subjects that they can contribute to great turmoil in society. The erotic is more openly diverse now than it has ever been.
To maintain our families, friends, sexual relationships, and peace of mind we should think about our personal code of erotic ethics. Whether you are in monogamous or consensual non-monogamous relationships, your code of ethics is a reflection of the balance between your self love and compassion for others.
Dr. Nwachi Tafari,
Director of the Consensual Non-Monogamy Community, Inc.
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I am talking to Devin Kent about Jealousy, Monogamy, and Consensual Non-Monogamy. This show is really about letting go of ownership and attempting to just be in a loving relationship.If you are looking for a show to bash monogamy or consensual non-monogamy, this is not the show for you. However, if you are looking for ways to talk about and understand jealousy in your particular relationship, then this IS the show for you. Join the fun.
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Communication, whether in monogamous or consensual non-monogamous relationships, is one of the keys to successful love. However, when we communicate, I think many of us think “I have to articulate what I am saying more clearly.” Making our point clearer is only part of the equation.
Being open, listening, owning our emotions, and knowing are needs are key "skills" in effective communication. Improving our erotic connections takes much more than talking. Even knowing our personal histories is important when we strive to understand others and be understood ourselves.
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