The following list comprises the articles I have posted this year, between July and December 2020. I have either written new articles, translated some that I wrote in German or updated older articles with new information and understanding:
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Let’s drink to the end of patriarchy!
The following list comprises the articles I have posted this year, so far. I have either written new articles, translated some that I wrote earlier in German, or updated older articles with new information and understanding:
Added: A fascinating TED Talk by the couples therapist Esther Perel on secret affairs, where she discusses why people in a closed relationship pursue secret sexual activities, and how affected couples have a chance to reunite after an uncovered affair.
Explained: More examples to explain the dynamics within a polycule that contains a secondary relationship.
Added: Many personal experiences to explain my conclusions from 2016, when I left the poly community. A reaction to the personal stories of the former poly activist Inês Rôlo and the separation of Franklin Veaux and Eve Rickert, the authors of the “poly bible” More Than Two, which seem to confirm many of my observations.
My visitor’s counter went to a five-digit number for the first time! Thanks to my first 10.000 visitors and readers. I’m looking forward to your feedback, recommendation or citations (source included).
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On August 1st, 2017 I switched to a new counter. That’s why the numbers started at 1 again.