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Multiamory Podcast

We believe in looking to the future of relationships, not maintaining the status quo of the past. We value ethics over tradition, and we believe that a healthy world is one where everybody has agency in their relationships.

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.

Conventional relationship advice is toxic and outdated. If you want some out-of-the-box ideas to deepen your current relationships, find the best romantic partners for you, broaden your sexual horizons, or develop a better understanding of yourself, then check out our podcast and blog. We love hearing your questions so please leave them in the comments or email us at

Dec 9, 2015

It's our LAST episode of 2015, and what a year it was!  As we head into the holiday season, we want to give a huge thank you to all of our listeners for supporting our efforts, sharing our content, and giving us encouraging feedback.  We would not still be going if it were not for you!

In this episode, we talk about bringing partners (one or many) home to meet your family around the holidays.  We give our best tips for deciding when is the right time to bring someone home and how to make this introduction smooth, comfortable, and less awkward. 

Other talking points:

-- Mo'Nique's open marriage to Sidney Hicks
-- Polyamory as a central plot theme in a recent episode of the CBS show Elementary

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Multiamory was created by Dedeker Winston, Jase Lindgren, and Emily Matlack.

Our theme music is Forms I Know I Did by Josh and Anand.

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