Affairs, desire and conscious relationships

I recently had a wonderful conversation with writer and traveller, Christine Wild, about desire and conscious relationships, here are some additional words and thoughts on the topic. The podcast is here. Adultery. Affairs. The most ancient of sins and yet ones that are still very much present with us today, made even easier with apps and […]

What having a crush taught me: feelings as signposts to understanding

I love it when you come across a simple idea communicated effectively in a short piece of writing, an idea that makes a set of complex feelings instantly explicable. Here Meg John Barker writes about how an experience of unrequited love can be a valuable source of insight into the self and the deeply hidden […]

NoMo on BBC Radio Five Live

Your founders were asked to contribute to a conversation about polyamory and non-monogamy on BBC Radio Five Live earlier in April 2018. The dialogue was between us as well as a psychologist and researcher, Dr Christine Campbell, and relationship coach, Sam Owen. Listen from 2:36. We would love to know what you think! https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09yd4pv No […]

What “The School Of Life” has wrong about polyamory and non-monogamy

A post from 2016 by The School of Life is making the rounds again and, having watched it, we at NoMo had a few things to say… Links to the video and written article at the end. Poly as the “cure” for fading LTR’s The piece begins by talking about a long term relationship (LTR) […]

Bisexuality and binary thinking

Binary thinking is entrenched in western culture and, to some extent, we would not even exist as a species without it. That split second when your body steps away from the kerb and you are saved from the speeding car. The fight-or-flight response. This intuitive, snap-second thinking can save our lives and yet it is […]