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Understanding non-monogamies

Author: Meg Barker; Darren Langdridge
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2012.
Series: Routledge research in gender and society, 23
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Gathers contributions from academics, activists, and practitioners to explore the intricacies of non-monogamous relationships. This title examines the history and cultural basis of non-monogamy,  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Meg Barker; Darren Langdridge
ISBN: 9780415652964 0415652960 9780415800556 0415800552
OCLC Number: 874807200
Description: x, 312 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Meg Barker and Darren Langdridge --
Deconstructing monogamy: boundaries, identities, and fluidities across relationships / Katherine Frank and John DeLamater --
Non-monogamy and fiction / Esther Saxey --
'Science says she's gotta have it': reading for racial resonances in woman-centered poly literature / Angela Willey --
Discursive constructions of polyamory in mono-normative media culture / Ani Ritchie --
Relationship innovation in male couples / Barry D. Adam --
Swinging: pushing the boundaries of monogamy? / Dee McDonald --
There were three in the bed: discursive desire and the sex lives of swingers / Shalanda Phillips --
Geeks, goddesses, and green eggs: political mobilization and the cultural locus of the polyamorous community in the San Francisco Bay area / Hadar Aviram --
Social sex: young women and early sexual relationships / Maya Lavie-Ajayi, Colette D. R. Jones and Lucy Russell --
Paradoxes in gender relations: [post] feminism and bisexual polyamory / Christian Klesse --
Trans and non-monogamies / Christina Richards --
'Many partners, many friends': gay and bisexual Mormon men's views of non-monogamous relationships / José Miguel Montenegro --
Non-monogamy in queer BDSM communities: putting the sex back into alternative relationship practices and discourse / Robin Bauer --
Asexual relationships: what does asexuality have to do with polyamory? / Kristin S. Scherrer --
Disability and polyamory: exploring the edges of inter-dependence, gender and queer issues in non-monogamous relationships / Alessandra (Alex) Iantaffi --
Strategies in polyamorous parenting / Elisabeth Sheff --
'To pass, border or pollute': polyfamilies go to school / Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli --
Developing a 'responsible' foster care praxis: poly as a framework for examining power and propriety in family contexts / Damien W. Riggs --
The power mechanisms of jealousy / Pepper Mint --
Making friends with jealousy: therapy with polyamorous clients / Dossie Easton --
Promiscuities: politics, imagination, spirituality and hypocrisy / Andrew Samuels --
Conditions of freedom in practices of non-monogamous commitment / Mark Finn --
Sex, space and discourse: non/monogamy and intimate privilege in the public sphere / Nathan Rambukkana --
What's queer about non-monogamy now? / Eleanor Wilkinson --
Love without borders? Intimacy, identity and the state of compulsory monogamy / Jamie Heckert.
Series Title: Routledge research in gender and society, 23
Responsibility: edited by Meg Barker and Darren Langdridge.
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