Plural Loves: Designs for Bi and Poly Living
Harrington Park Press, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 244 pages
When limitations are removed from loving (and from lovemaking), new worlds of possibility are opened. This book presents insiders' viewpoints on bisexual/polyamorous living!
With historical and theoretical perspectives, testimonials, reports from the field, and creative writing, Plural Loves: Designs for Bi and Poly Living examines group marriage, polyfidelity, cheating, solo-sex (and group solo-sex), utopian communities, tantric expression and sacred eroticism, transculturalization, and much more. This book explores the common ground shared by the bisexual and polyamorist movements, and addresses the ways bisexual polyamory has been portrayed in films and literature in the United States and Europe. Editor Serena Anderlini-D'Onofrio even includes a candid chapter recounting her erotic experiences with a Catholic priest from Africa—and their meaning in the context of bisexual polyamory.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - branadain - LibraryThing
I have not yet read this book, but I found out just after purchasing it that the editor is an AIDS-denier. While this may or may not have any effect on the content of this book, it is a topic of particular concern to the poly community, and is therefore a worrisome revelation. Read full review
Review: Plural Loves: Designs for Bi and Poly LivingUser Review - April - Goodreads
This book is a collection of essays from a bi-oriented journal so it feels more like reading a collection of thesises form a class on sexuality than reading a book. Some are interesting and some aren ... Read full review