One-penis policies: processing jealousy and the need for rules about rules

The question that most people ask, when they learn that a person is exploring a non-monogamous or polyamorous relationship framework, is: don’t you get jealous? And one of the most common reasons given for not wanting to explore a similar set-up themselves is that they fear feeling jealous or think they are already ‘a jealous […]

Anita talks desire, adultery and relationships with Christine Wild

Last week, I was lucky to be asked to talk about desire and conscious relationships with writer and sex blogger and all round intelligent and wonderful human being, Christine Wild. Post to follow but the podcast is here and her book (and mine!) can be bought on Amazon… https://www.amazon.co.uk/Just-Bad-Timing-frustrating-timezones/dp/2970123002/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1524911470&sr=8-1&keywords=just+bad+timing

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

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) […]

Poly in the mainstream media (1)

I will write ocasional posts about the way in which polyamory and non-monogamy is portrayed in the mainstream media. Kimchi Cuddles is funny on the way in which poly pieces are always headlined by feet sticking out of a bed and there is, oddly, an emphasis on white people with coloured hair in triads. These seem […]