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Old 05-21-2020, 10:22 PM
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I occasionally listen to some of the podcasts on multiamory.com, a very worthwhile poly podcast site - worth checking out, for those who have not already.

I particularly enjoyed this podcast from a few weeks back - a collection of audio clips from "real" poly people.

https://www.multiamory.com/podcast/2...-of-multiamory

I can seldom justify just sitting and listening to podcasts, so I often listen to them (regardless of topic - poly or other) while cycling. Since it is dangerous to cycle with headphones (need to be able to hear the road noises around you), I put my phone and a small blue tooth speaker in my front handlebar bag. Entertainment for the road . It is sometimes loud enough for a pedestrian to overhear - and I do get an odd look on occasion.
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Old 05-22-2020, 06:25 PM
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It was gratifying to hear from a range of people who had a variety of shapes and colors of polyamory ... not just the clichť M/F+F triad that seemingly every newbie in the world defaults to. Although, I don't think any MFM V's were represented? Maybe they were, and I just didn't pick up on it. In any case, it was an enjoyable podcast.
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Old 05-23-2020, 09:48 PM
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I listen to Multiamory quite a bit. Itís one of the best relationship podcasts, not just poly or ethical non-monogamy podcasts. Iíve learned a lot from listening to it.
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