nvestigate the possibilities of a polyamorous (more than one love) lifestyle. Ask us how you can make more love in your life, relate from your highest self with your lovers and housemates, uplevel jealousy into compersion (joy at your lovers' joy), and give them each the attention, companionship, touch and sexual-loving they need. The World Polyamory Association's
and workshops feature speakers and
REGISTRATION FORM) who present workshops on: empathetic active listening,
poly relationship styles and systems, imago healing, relationship imaging,
non-violent compassionate communications, Voice Dialogue centering, tantric activation,
sex magic for your lovelife, chakra balancing, energy
clearing, communication skills, poly relating and
dating, poly childrearing, poly activism and much,
Poly amory , loving more than one person at the same time, is always a good choice. No problem, love many.
But Poly sexuality, more than one lover? Polyamory with
polysexuality-one of several relationship options-works well for some people some of the time. But so, too, do any of the other relationship options--monogamy,
singlehood, even celibacy works for other people some of the time.
Choose. World Polyamory Association advocates CHOICE. Be the chooser, decider, author of this chapter of your life. WPA wants you to make discerning choices that serve you. Make choices that facilitate your personal growth and evolution and at the same time honor and respect the people you commit to love.
You have relationship options - monogamy, celibacy, open marriage, pair-bonded inclusive relating, triads (man-woman-man, woman-man-woman, man-man-man, woman-woman-woman) polyfidelity, loving networks, group marriage, multi-generational line marriage, and more. You have heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, pansexual alternatives within each.
You have many spiritual practices and value systems to
chose--to mix and match with your relationship
options, styles and sexual orientation. What is
most important is that you are the chooser and that
you come from choice.
Though you consult others, ultimately, you make your own choices - choices consonant with your stage of life, experience, needs at the time.
Same sex marriages are sanctioned in open-minded, progressive areas worldwide. Debates abound. Laws are launched. Legislation's lobbied. Madonna tongues Brittany Spears, live, in front of millions. Swinger Clubs open everywhere, around the globe. Ladies at the clubs embrace bisexuality openly, willingly. Men curious, lag behind, but how far?
Society, sick of infidelity, longs for honesty and openness. When will we at last free to be who we really are instead of hiding our thoughts, wants, desires and longings from everyone, including our mates?
Time for play. The sun's shining, rainbow's bright. A new day is dawning. The past becomes the now. We come full circle into the Golden Age.
Bonobo "chimps," our biologically closest cousins, show us the eroticism of our natural, animal natures. No longer fooled by domination programming, we free ourselves from "sin" and cultural inhibitions that served the Piscean age of patriarchy. Free, we realize we've outgrown ancient, restrictive ideas that no longer serve our new, centered, balanced male to female, yinyang, Aquarian partnership society. As we make love not war with renewed enthusiasm, we embrace a more civilized civilization that honors the uniqueness and special qualities of one and all and recognize sexual freedom as a healthy expressions of our true nature.
We move into an era of new awareness and freedom while
we simultaneously experience the pressure of
increasing potential restrictions imposed upon us by
those who feel threatened by our ability to be
free. Unchallenged, they would rob us of our
choice to be who we truly are.
In 1816 Thomas Jefferson wrote to Mrs. H. Harrison
Smith the following:
"I never told my own religion nor scrutinized
that of another. I never attempted to make a
convert, nor wished to change another's creed. I
am satisfied that yours must be an excellent religion
to have produced a life of such exemplary virtue and
correctness. For it is in our lives, and not
from our words, that our religion must be
Stand tall and firm, proud to be who you are.
You are wise enough to decide for yourself what suits
you in each moment as you journey through