• Q&A: I May Be Polyamourous. I Am Unsure Though.

    As you likely know, one of the cornerstones of any health relationship – whether monogamous or open – has to do with communication.

  • What They’re Reading: Bianca Jarvis

    Book recommendations from experts in the fields of sexuality, gender, health, science and relationships.

  • Interactive E-Book Samples Bawdy U.S. History

    Dorothee E. Kocks's "Such Were My Temptations" investigates the United States' first sexual revolution- the one that started in the 1760s.

  • Discussing Monogamy and Non-Monogamy: Taking a Balanced Approach

    Aliza Saraco-Polner sheds light on the social and biological bases for monogamous and non-monogamous relationships in humans.

  • What They’re Reading: Dr. Ken Haslam

    Book recommendations from experts in the fields of sexuality, gender, health, science and relationships.

  • What They’re Reading: Dr. Ken Haslam

    Weekly feature on book recommendations by people interested in sex and sexual health.

  • Monogamy: Long-Lasting Tradition Or Old-Fashioned Restriction?

    A recent study in Family Process journal suggests that monogamy is on the rise in the United States. But, what are monogamy and non-monogamy?

  • Cheating Or Non-Monogamy? The Difference May Matter For Health

    A new study of gay relationships in SF finds that nearly half of the couples maintain “open relationships,” and nearly half are monogamous - few are discrepant.

  • “Family” Webisodes Spotlight Polyamory

    A new online television show explores polyamory through an amusing look at the daily lives of one polyamorus triad (in this case, a woman dating two men).