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Monogamish

The Lies We Tell Ourselves About Sex

Pamela Madsen | Posted 08.03.2016 | Fifty
Pamela Madsen

It feels that we are living in a time where there is a full frontal assault on sexuality in our country, and at the same time we are wanting to know more and more about it. And it is creating a level of anxiety, fear and confusion in the lives of every day people that is preventing them from finding peace and finding happiness in their own skins, in their own lives, just as they are.

Monogam-Ish Relationships, From Dan Savage (VIDEO)

Posted 05.05.2014 | Home

Dan Savage, Host of Savage Lovecast, has stood behind a model of "monogam-ish" relationships for years, and he explained the meaning behind this term ...

Are Gay Men Scared of Monogamy?

Mark Brennan Rosenberg | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Mark Brennan Rosenberg

It seems to me that if we want our relationships and marriages to be accepted by our straight counterparts, then maybe it's time to keep a lid on what exactly it is that we do behind closed doors. Maybe it's just no one's business.

We're Here, We're Queer, We're Monogamish

Matthew Lewis | Posted 08.06.2013 | Queer Voices
Matthew Lewis

There's nothing like my first-date dinner companion telling me he hopes I can someday play with him and his partner together. I don't know what happened to first-date etiquette, but this information might have been useful before wooing me into thinking you're a man I could settle for.

How Do Gays Crack the Monogamy Code?

Tyler Curry | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Tyler Curry

Is it possible for two gay men to be in a long-term relationship and remain monogamous? Of course it is, but for the frustrated but hopeful "monogay," it often seems nearly impossible to find a homo couple who have surpassed the five-year mark without opening up their relationship.

Monogamish

Gregory Cason, Ph.D. | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Gregory Cason, Ph.D.

Dan Savage coined the term "monogamish" to describe his relationship and others that do not exactly conform to the rigid construct of monogamy. As someone who believes that rigidity is at the heart of most, if not all, psychopathology, I was intrigued. It spoke to me.

'Monogamish': Two Is Company, But Is Three Really A Crowd?

Zach Stafford | Posted 02.02.2016 | Queer Voices
Zach Stafford

By expanding our understanding of how a couple can operate together, and maybe throwing away that old saying, "two's company, but three's a crowd," maybe we can actually make ourselves happier and have longer, healthier relationships, even if they are "monogamish."