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Poly Living Philadelphia 2010

Poly Living in Philly last month was phenomenal from the amazing presenters and workshops to the smiling faces of the many people attending for the first time. Friday night opened with a fund video showcasing the comedic side of polyamory with clips from different TV shows.  Reid Mihalko kept people laughing with a great keynote […]

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Nine Days and Counting

Programs are being printed, name badges made and boxes shipped.  Excitement and anticipation are building as we are just nine days away from Poly Living 2010, February 19-21, Fort Washington, PA.  Poly Living is a good way to break up the long winter and escape to a place full of ideas, warmth and open hearts.  […]

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  Loving More wishes you a year of love, abundance and happiness from our hearts to yours. Though it is not technically a new decade, 2010 feels like one to me just as 2000 did.  So much has happened for the Poly Movement over the last decade.  We have gone from no one knowing the […]

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Happy Holidays

  Loving More would like to wish you, your family and lovers a wonderful and magical holiday season. We hope to see many of you in February in Philadelphia.  Until then please know you are in our thoughts as we move into the New Year 2010.  It is the support, warm friendships and connections that […]

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French Television Polyamory and The Butterfly Effect

The French show Effet Papillon(The Butterfly Effect) Canal Plus films did a show on polyamory partly filmed at the Loving More Retreat in September.  The show is in French but looks fairly positive.   It has been posted to You Tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VCjghdk_pE8 . I personally enjoyed working with the French Film crew and I appreciate their […]

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Loving More Call for Articles

We are looking for Articles for the next issue of Loving More Magazine. Deadline next issue September 10, 2009 We need articles with a polyamory or relationship focused theme. Examples of possible topics; coming out poly, transitional experiences in poly, bisexuality, making polyamory work long term, reconciling poly with traditions of family or religion, history […]

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