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The Ethics of Polyamory by David Wraith



Photo by Insomniac Studios

The speech I gave to The Ethical Society of St. Louis on The Ethics of Polyamory is available as a podcast. Huge thanks to The Ethical Society for the opportunity and for making the recording available online. One important note: further research has shown me that the numbers I gave on infidelity are probably closer to 25% than 50%, so adjust your expectations accordingly. 

From the Ethical Societiy's website: This talk will discuss polyamory (consensual non-monogamy) as a type of relationship structure. Topics include the myriad of non-monogamous relationship structures, the ethics of polyamory, negotiation and consent, time management, how polyamorous structures can exist in an ostensibly monogamous world, and a personal perspective on a polyamorous life.


From the Web: 5 Myths About Polyamory

From, February 14, 2013: 5 Myths About Polyamory by Stephanie Pappas,


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“Runners compete in the Bare Buns Run, a 5 km clothing optional run, at Wreck Beach in Vancouver, B.C., on Sunday August 10, 2014. Wreck Beach is the Canada's first and largest clothing-optional beach.”

Photographs by: Darryl Dyck, from, August 10th, 2014



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