This author knew how healing was “supposed” to look – and she internalized the messages that she had to “fix” herself to deserve love and wellness. If you can relate, these touching reflections are for you.
Do you believe any of the stereotypes about people who are bisexual and polyamorous? They’re far too common – and if you’re in a polyamorous community, here’s how you can help do something about it.
Figuring how to tell your parents you’re polyamorous can be tricky, but for many polyamorous people, it’s an important step. If you’re considering this step, here are some helpful things to keep in mind.
There’s no getting around it – unrequited love sucks. If being unhappily in love with one of your friends is familiar to you, these ideas can help you cope.
Do you feel unsure about how to respond to a partner who talks negatively about their body? It’s tough to figure out, but you can start by finding which of these tips would be supportive for your partner.
You know the “blame the other woman” dynamic when a woman gets cheated on. But do you realize why this dynamic shows up? Here are some of the big reasons – and why they’re anti-feminist.
“Equality that comes at the expense of consent is not true equality.” We should consider women’s desires as important as men’s – but here’s how to make sure that doesn’t turn into sexual entitlement.
If you’re non-monogamous, in a relationship, and considering entering a new relationship, you might not find a lot of info on how to navigate your situation. Here are some useful questions to ask yourself.
Ever felt like someone you wanted to date was “out of your league?” This popular concept might have you trapped in some harmful thought patterns – and there are much more helpful ways to think about dating.
“2. Someone will always end up getting hurt.” If polyamory and non-monogamy are new concepts for you, make sure you don’t fall for these harmful misconceptions.