How to Play Alone in Non-Monogamous Relationships
Welcome back to my playground, Lexual friends and fiends!
I just returned from Southwest Love Fest in Tucson, Arizona this past weekend (which I'll be blogging about soon enough!), for a conference dedicated to consensually non-monogamous and polyamorous folks.
I am still recovering from all the talking, learning and networking, so this week's episode is going to be pretty low-maintenance for me!
A few weeks ago, Taara Rose and James of Sex Uninterrupted — a podcast on The Sexy Lifestyle Network — interviewed me about a topic they don't have much experience with: playing alone within the non-monogamous / swinger lifestyle.
It was fun being interviewed by them this time, since last time they were on my show as we talked about how to have an orgy!
In this episode, I get pretty personal about my own romantic life with my partner — so if you want to know more about the boundaries and communication involved in playing alone as a unicorn in my relationship, as soooo many of my friends in the lifestyle ask me all the time, then you're going to want to put on your headphones and listen to this podcast.
So if you play alone in your non-monogamous relationship, or that's something you and/or your partner are interested in doing now or in the future, or even if you're already playing alone and want to find out how to make the experience more enjoyable for both of you, then listen to this episode.
In this interview, I'll be talking about my personal experiences playing alone, including who I play with and where, how my partner and I communicate about boundaries, how I tackle personal safety issues, and much more advice for those who are starting out or who are already accustomed to playing separately from their partner.