@oneoddfrog I think my favorite of the nonmonogamy books I've read is Opening Up. It's a bit geared towards people coming from an existing monogamous relationship, but presents a range of nonmonogamy styles in a way that's descriptive & not judgmental.
Also I'm quoted in it (anonymously).
@oneoddfrog I have extensive complaints about More Than Two. A lot of people love it so YMMV I guess, but I felt like I was being gaslit the whole time I was reading it. If you end up reading it and have Thoughts I'm basically always down for that discussion.
@Skiant Thank you! I really appreciate it.
@oneoddfrog the Multiamory podcast is good stuff, lots of emotional health and relationship tools even if ur not poly
@glitterwitch I hadn't heard of this at all. Thank you! I'll check it out.
@glitterwitch OMG I'm digging this podcast so much. Thank you thank you for the suggestion!
@oneoddfrog yaaay I'm glad you like
@oneoddfrog Oy... Okay, I'm going be going a while...
First off, I'll toot my own horn. I'm not blogging any more by my archives are still up at jessmahler.com,
Also check out the work of Michon Neal. Some hir stuff is also in my archives as a guest author or find hir on medium and other places. https://medium.com/@neal_michon
Kimchi Cuddles is polyam life and advice in comic format https://kimchicuddles.com/
I'm blanking on the name of it (sorry!) by @cassolotl had a queer polyam webcomic going
Love Is Not Colourblind by Robert Patterson is about race and polyamory but a lot of it (as he acknowledges) applies to queer folks in polyamory as well.
I wasn't able to finish it, but Girlfriends Guide to Polyamory had a good start as was more queer-friendly than anyother how-to polyam book I've picked up.
More Than Two is... it's got a lot of legit criticism and definitely written from a cishet perspective but may be worth reading.
In addition to my blog, I've got books out on Polyam and Pregnancy, The Polyamorous Home, and Safer Sex for the NonMonogamous (https://jessmahler.com/polyamory-on-purpose-guides/)
@oneoddfrog If you are on Quora or are comfortable starting an account there, several queer polyam folks are actively answering questions, myself included.
That's all I got off the top of my head. I'm largely not active in polyam circles anymore so there's probably stuff I haven't heard of.
Oh! I don't know what they are up to now, but Dallas Polyamory and AtlantaPoly both impressed me with their inclusiveness and active support for queer polyam folk, so maybe check if they have suggestions
@jessmahler Thank you so much!
@oneoddfrog You're welcome. Thanks for asking! I'll be following the thread to see if I can pick up some new resources myself.
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