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Understanding non-monogamies

Understanding non-monogamies / edited by Meg Barker and Darren Langdridge.
New York : Routledge, 2009.
xi, 312p. ; 24 cm.
Other contributors
Barker, Meg-John, 1974- Langdridge, Darren.
Routledge research in gender and society ; 23
Includes bibliographical references and index. Signed by Meg Barker and Darren Langdridge.
  • Introduction / Meg Barker and Darren Langdrige
  • Deconstructing monogamy: boundaries, identities, and fulidities across relationships / Katherine Frank and John DeLamater
  • Non-monogamy and fiction / Esther Saxey
  • 'Science says she's gotta have it': reading for radical resonances in women-centered poly literature / Angela Willey
  • Discursive constructions of polyamory in mono-normative media culture / Ani Ritchie
  • Relationship innovation in male couples / Barry D. Adam
  • Swinging: pushing the boundires of monogamy? / Dee McDonald
  • There were three in the bed: discrusive desire and the sex lives of swingers / Shalanda Phillips
  • Geeks, goddesses, and green eggs: political mobilization and the cultural locus of the polyamorous community in the San Francisco Bay Area / Hadar Aviram
  • Social sex: young women and early sexual relationships / Maya Lavie-Ajay, Colette D.R. Jones and Lucy Russell
  • Paradoxes in gender relations: [post] feminism and bisexual polymory / Christian Klesse
  • Trans and non-monogamies / Christian Richards
  • 'Many partners, many friends': gay and bisexual mormon men's views of non-monogamous relationships / Jose Miguel Montenegro
  • Non-monogamy in queer BDSM communities: putting the sex back into alternative relationship practices and discourse / Robin Bauer
  • Asexual relationships: what does asexuality have to do with polymory? / Kristin S. Scherrer
  • Disability and polyamory: exploring the edges of interdepdence, gender and queer issues in non-Monogamous relationships / Alessandra (Alex) Iantaffi
  • Strategies in polymorous parenting / Elisabeth Sheff
  • 'To pass, border or pollute':polyfamilies go to school / Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli
  • Developing a 'responsible' foster care praxis: poly as framework for examining power and propreity in family contexts / Damien W. Riggs
  • The power mechanisms of jealousy / Pepper Mint
  • Making friends with jealousy:therapy with polyamorous clients / Dossie Easton
  • Promiscuities: politics, imagination, spirituality and hypocrisy / Andrew Samuels
  • Conditions of freedom in practicesof non-monogamous commitment / Mark Finn
  • Sex, space and discourse: non/monogamy and intimate privilege in the public sphere / Nathan Rambukkana
  • What's queer about non-monogamy now? / Eleanor Wilkinson
  • Love without borders? intimacy, identity and the state of compulsory monogamy / Jamie Heckert.
Kinsey subjects
Oneida Community. Bisexuality. Group sex. Polygamy.
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