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They don’t think anything about me is defective, at all.
They don’t even think all the weird, complicated, impossible things I want mean that something is wrong with me.
followed 556 male couples for three years -- about 50 percent of those surveyed have sex outside their relationships, with the knowledge and approval of their partners." That figure is remarkably similar to what CHEST found.
Men in fully monogamous partnerships showed significantly less illicit drug use and significantly reduced sexual health risk when compared to all other groups of men (single, open, and "monogamish"), suggesting a benefit to monogamy.
As we continue to move into the streets of mainstream America, we face an increasing number of attacks against our right to freedom of sexual expression....
Alternative Families and Relationships is that it’s that rare, good self-help book, like that rare good friend, the one who gives you advice that actually works to get you what you want (not just what’s “best” for you, but what you want! Janet and Dossie (longtime lovers, best friends, and collaborators who have never lived together, and have continued their partnership through many other relationships) think I’m completely wonderful and fantastic just the way I am, not in some dumb “be all that you can be” way, but because they think people in general are pretty great. They think there are people out there who would love to connect with me and be in my life.
The National Coalition for Sexual Freedom (NCSF) is committed to creating a political, legal and social environment in the US that advances equal rights for consenting adults who engage in alternative sexual and relationship expressions. KAP is a resource for people who are seeking psychotherapeutic, medical, and legal professionals who are informed about the diversity of consensual, adult sexuality.
When you figure out what you want and ask for it, you’ll be surprised how often the answer is ‘yes.’” : “What we can all learn from transgender people is that gender is malleable…
The shattered family is also proof that therapy can help a person become healthy enough to outgrow an unstable relationship.
In her first feature documentary, director Susan Kaplan has created a work free of judgment that gains in psychological interest as the subjects stop pushing their agenda – which at times feels rather smug – and begin addressing very real personal demons that, apparently, haunted them from the beginning.
At a time when “defense of marriage” legislation is being crafted around the country in order to outlaw any arrangement other than the traditional one-woman, one-man partnership, here is a relevant, psychologically complex look at an unusual household.
It wasn’t made as a political statement, it just turned out to be politically timely. June 16 on Bravo after knocking out audiences at the Toronto Film Festival.