Christina Carè reviews Wednesday Martin's book Untrue and finds it an interesting - although occasionally jarring - delve into the history surrounding the (untrue) assertion that women are largely submissive, 'low-libido' beings
Zoe Russell reads Is Monogamy Dead? by Rosie Wilby and believes it could potentially be a good starting point for ‘not-yet non-monogamists’ but perhaps relies too much on the author’s personal experience
This post will be loosely based on an excellent workshop I attended at last year's Polyday on the subject of feminism and polyamory - a workshop I had been meaning to put together myself and that was well facilitated by a member of the Bristol Feminist Network. Polyday is an annual community event for those who believe “happy and honest relationships don't have to be monogamous”. Being in multiple relationships myself, I appreciate this chance to meet other people in various non-monogamous and polyamorous relationship structures and to share skills and ideas both personal and political.