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Loving Without Boundaries

The Loving Without Boundaries show offers interviews, lessons and insights on the subjects of polyamory and ethical non-monogamy. Our mission is to create more awareness and acceptance of these lifestyle choices through education, communication and the respectful exchange of ideas. We seek to promote healthy relationships, tolerance and understanding – whether you are already living a life of ethical non-monogamy or are among those who are curious to know more. We love to create, share stories of courage and growth, encourage loving responsibly, and spread positive energy. So come join us! To learn more, check out the blog, resources and much more at: www.lovingwithoutboundaries.com Host: Kitty Chambliss
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Oct 7, 2016

EPISODE 34: Interview with Christopher Smith (Part Two). Christopher N. Smith is a doctoral student at Howard University pursuing his PhD in Sociology with his research centering on consensual non-monogamous relationship trends in current and historical contexts. His prior education includes a Master of Arts in Religious Studies with a concentration in Religion and Society and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Anthropology form Howard University. He is an educator, community builder, father, relationship advocate and passionate about increasing awareness of and support for non-monogamous relationships structures in the United States. Follow his work on Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat: @MrTenability and Facebook: www.facebook.com/MrTenability.

Sep 30, 2016

EPISODE 33: Interview with Christopher Smith (Part One). Christopher N. Smith is a doctoral student at Howard University pursuing his PhD in Sociology with his research centering on consensual non-monogamous relationship trends in current and historical contexts. His prior education includes a Master of Arts in Religious Studies with a concentration in Religion and Society and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Anthropology form Howard University. He is an educator, community builder, father, relationship advocate and passionate about increasing awareness of and support for non-monogamous relationships structures in the United States. Follow his work on Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat: @MrTenability and Facebook: www.facebook.com/MrTenability.

Sep 22, 2016

EPISODE 32: Interview with Steven O’Dell. Steven is a self-described incurable romantic and sexy-genarian, an intellectual, and an ambivert. He is a life coach with specific focus on women's healing and empowerment, who suffers gladly from “textual addiction” and ideaphoria, and is currently collaborating to write The Care and Feeding of the Sexual Female, a Guide for the Clueless Male. His poly life began in earnest after his divorce and in his sixties. Follow his adventures on Facebook at Female Sexual Empowerment and www.impactforcoaches.org/coaches/steven-odell.

Sep 14, 2016

EPISODE 31: Dr. Elisabeth Sheff on Family. Dr. Elisabeth “Eli” Sheff is the foremost academic expert on polyamory in the US, and the worldwide expert on polyamorous families with children. An expert witness and Guardian Ad Litem with a background in academic sociology, Dr. Sheff specializes in gender and sexual minority families, kink/BDSM, and issues facing trans* people. She is the CEO and Director of Legal Services at the Sheff Consulting Group, a think-tank of experts specializing in unconventional and underserved populations. She has written three books, published her research in academic journals, and made countless appearances on radio, television and the internet. Follow her work at elisabethsheff.com.

Sep 8, 2016

EPISODE 30: Interview with Dr. Elisabeth Sheff (Part Two). Dr. Elisabeth “Eli” Sheff is the foremost academic expert on polyamory in the US, and the worldwide expert on polyamorous families with children. An expert witness and Guardian Ad Litem with a background in academic sociology, Dr. Sheff specializes in gender and sexual minority families, kink/BDSM, and issues facing trans* people. She is the CEO and Director of Legal Services at the Sheff Consulting Group, a think-tank of experts specializing in unconventional and underserved populations. She has written three books, published her research in academic journals, and made countless appearances on radio, television and the internet. Follow her work at elisabethsheff.com.

Aug 30, 2016

EPISODE 29: Interview with Dr. Elisabeth Sheff (Part One). Dr. Elisabeth “Eli” Sheff is the foremost academic expert on polyamory in the US, and the worldwide expert on polyamorous families with children. An expert witness and Guardian Ad Litem with a background in academic sociology, Dr. Sheff specializes in gender and sexual minority families, kink/BDSM, and issues facing trans* people. She is the CEO and Director of Legal Services at the Sheff Consulting Group, a think-tank of experts specializing in unconventional and underserved populations. She has written three books, published her research in academic journals, and made countless appearances on radio, television and the internet. Follow her work at elisabethsheff.com.

Aug 23, 2016

EPISODE 28: Interview with Deborah Roth. Deborah Roth is a certified Relationship Coach who loves working with both Singles who are tired of meeting the same "duds" and with Couples… from “pre-committed couples” (those who are exclusive and trying to figure out if they’re ready to make the leap to marriage) to couples who have been married for 2 or 20 years and are committed to creating and sustaining passionate, fulfilling life partnerships. Follow her work at spiritedliving.com and on Facebook at “Spirited Living with Deborah Roth".

Aug 4, 2016

EPISODE 27: Interview with Tamara Pincus. Tamara Pincus is a licensed clinical social worker with over 12 years of experience in mental health treatment. She has maintained a private practice specializing in sex therapy since 2011. She has worked in agencies for the homeless and chronically mentally ill, and has provided individual, relationship as well as group treatment with a diverse group of clients in terms of race, sexual and gender orientation. Tamara also speaks at conferences around sexuality and mental health treatment issues. Follow her work at tamarapincus.com and/or submit your “coming out” story for her upcoming book at comingoutpoly.co.

Jul 26, 2016

EPISODE 26: Interview with Billy Holder (Part Two). Billy Holder is a polyamory activist, educator, and community organizer who helped found and manage the non-profit organization Atlanta Polyamory, as well as Atlanta Poly Weekend. Billy currently serves as the Vice President of Relationship Equality Foundation, which is a public charity where his primary role is outreach, education and new program development. Also as a member of the Polyamory Leadership Network, he is in contact with poly leaders from around the world and is up-to-date on all the happenings, conferences, news, and events. Follow his adventures at jackelxing.wordpress.com, relationshipequalityfoundation.org and atlantapolyweekend.com.

Jul 13, 2016

EPISODE 25: Interview with Billy Holder (Part One). Billy Holder is a polyamory activist, educator, and community organizer who helped found and manage the non-profit organization Atlanta Polyamory, as well as Atlanta Poly Weekend. Billy currently serves as the Vice President of Relationship Equality Foundation, which is a public charity where his primary role is outreach, education and new program development. Also as a member of the Polyamory Leadership Network, he is in contact with poly leaders from around the world and is up-to-date on all the happenings, conferences, news, and events. Follow his adventures at jackelxing.wordpress.com, relationshipequalityfoundation.org and atlantapolyweekend.com.

Jun 10, 2016

EPISODE 24: Interview with Wry from A Wry Perspective May 2016. Having gained experience in multiple forms of non-monogamous relationships over the past 13 years, Wry advocates awareness and dialogue regarding the options and alternatives to the hetero-normative, marriage-minded, and traditional way of life. In this episode, we dive into the deep end of the pool on all things fluid bonding – the good, the bad, the ugly – as well as share some racy stories. Come listen in and join us!

Follow Wry’s work at nonmonogamyconsultant.com or on Twitter, Instagram, FetLife, YouTube and Facebook @AWryPerspective

May 25, 2016

EPISODE 23: Interview with Franklin Veaux (Part Two). Franklin is a writer, polyamory and BDSM activist, and sex educator.

He writes on a number of topics, including polyamory, BDSM, transhumanism, personal philosophy, science, skepticism, and computers. He speaks at conferences and events about polyamory, ethics, and human sexuality.

He co-owns Thorntree Press, a book publisher specializing in nonfiction books on alternative sexuality, and Tacit Pleasures, a tech startup exploring ways to use direct neurostimulation to help trans* people have the physical experience of being in a body that matches their gender identity.

He is also a published writer. He wrote The Game Changer: A memoir of disruptive love and is co-author with Eve Rickert of the polyamory book More Than Two: A practical guide to ethical polyamory.

Follow his adventures at morethantwo.com, franklinveaux.com and tacit.livejournal.com.

May 19, 2016

EPISODE 22: Interview with Franklin Veaux (Part One). Franklin is a writer, polyamory and BDSM activist, and sex educator. 

He writes on a number of topics, including polyamory, BDSM, transhumanism, personal philosophy, science, skepticism, and computers. He speaks at conferences and events about polyamory, ethics, and human sexuality.

He co-owns Thorntree Press, a book publisher specializing in nonfiction books on alternative sexuality, and Tacit Pleasures, a tech startup exploring ways to use direct neurostimulation to help trans* people have the physical experience of being in a body that matches their gender identity.

He is also a published writer. He wrote The Game Changer: A memoir of disruptive love and is co-author with Eve Rickert of the polyamory book More Than Two: A practical guide to ethical polyamory. 

Follow his adventures at morethantwo.com, franklinveaux.com and tacit.livejournal.com.

Apr 26, 2016

EPISODE 21: Interview with Wendy B. Wendy – a self-proclaimed solo polyamorist – is a writer and techie who has worked in the nonprofit field for about ten years. She writes about kink and ethical non-monogamy on FetLife and is currently working on a Young Adult novel about a poly, pansexual protagonist. Follow her adventures on FetLife @SparkleMadness.

Apr 12, 2016

EPISODE 20: Interview with Michael Rios (Part Two). Michael is an entrepreneur and practical visionary with a creative approach to freedom and empowerment. For the past decade he has been a major organizer of “New Culture” events aimed at creating a culture based on awareness, compassion and freedom rather than on fear and judgment. In 2011, Michael became the director of Abrams Creek Center, a retreat center in the mountains of West Virginia. His current passion is creating an intentional village there – a place where people live consciously, building a life based on personal enterprise and freedom, economic independence, and a web of social interconnectedness. Follow his adventures at michaelrios.com and cfnc.us.

Apr 6, 2016

EPISODE 19: Interview with Michael Rios (Part One). Michael is an entrepreneur and practical visionary with a creative approach to freedom and empowerment. For the past decade he has been a major organizer of “New Culture” events aimed at creating a culture based on awareness, compassion and freedom rather than on fear and judgment. In 2011, Michael became the director of Abrams Creek Center, a retreat center in the mountains of West Virginia. His current passion is creating an intentional village there – a place where people live consciously, building a life based on personal enterprise and freedom, economic independence, and a web of social interconnectedness. Follow his adventures at michaelrios.com and cfnc.us.

Mar 11, 2016

EPISODE 16: Interview with Celeste Quinn. When Celeste Quinn isn't working as a ghostwriter, copywriter, or freelance editor, she’s working on her novella series, “Diary of a Swinging Wife”. Though much of it is fiction, more than a smidge is memoir-ish too, drawn from her experiences in the psychologically rich world of ethical non-monogamy. She has a weakness for shelter cats and books (especially vintage Modern Library editions) and has more than her landlord allows (cats, not books that is...she hopes he's not reading this...). She and her husband live in Austin, Texas. Follow her adventures on Twitter @CQuinnWrites.

Feb 25, 2016

EPISODE 15: Interview with Barry and Cathy Smiler (Part Two), experts on sex positivity, self-determination and other topics related to deepening connections. Barry and Cathy have been presenters and organizers in polyamory and related communities for many years, on both the east and west coast. They are both members of the global Polyamory Leadership Network, and former organizers of East Bay Poly in California. They now live in Maryland, where they lead and produce events for the polyamory and related communities through BmorePoly, which has nearly 2700 members and offers over 50 events every month throughout the entire DC/MD/VA area. Join their meetup group and follow their adventures at bmorepoly.org or find them on Facebook.

Feb 17, 2016

EPISODE 14: Interview with Barry and Cathy Smiler (Part One), experts on sex positivity, self-determination and other topics related to deepening connections. Barry and Cathy have been presenters and organizers in polyamory and related communities for many years, on both the east and west coast. They are both members of the global Polyamory Leadership Network, and former organizers of East Bay Poly in California. They now live in Maryland, where they lead and produce events for the polyamory and related communities through BmorePoly, which has nearly 2700 members and offers over 50 events every month throughout the entire DC/MD/VA area. Join their meetup group and follow their adventures at bmorepoly.org or find them on Facebook.

Jan 28, 2016

EPISODE 13: Interview with Laurie Ellington, an open relationship and polyamorous lifestyle coach. She works with individuals and couples who are curious about, considering and/or actively involved in open relationships, polyamory, polyamorous dating, and anything in between. Laurie's teaching is deeply rooted in a polyamorous lifestyle. Through this open way of living and loving, she has discovered her true freedom of expression in all of her relationships, most importantly with herself. Laurie has clients all over the world. She is currently living in Austin, Texas. Follow her adventures or seek her services at poly-coach.com or on Twitter @polycoaching

Jan 14, 2016

EPISODE 12: Interview with Heina Dadabhoy. Heina is a Southern-California based writer on secular social justice topics. They self-identifies mostly as a nerd but also as a polyamorous, kinky, queer, pansexual feminist; the first is hardly unrelated to the rest. They have been on-and-off poly since 2008, full-time since 2010. When they aren't writing or speaking, you can find them fostering and winning over problem cats. Follow their adventures at freethoughtblogs.com/heinous or on Twitter @heinousdealings

Dec 30, 2015

EPISODE 11: Interview with Kathy Slaughter, LCSW, one of the presenters at the Beyond The Love Conference 2015. A life-long student and troublemaker, Kathy Slaughter currently pursues the craft of mental health therapy as her full-time gig. Her passion for personal growth and self-development is matched only by her interest in teaching others, through one to one interactions and the classroom. She thrives off of intimate conversations that lead others to new realizations about their own lives. Follow her adventures at www.soaringheartcounseling.com or on Twitter @SoaringIndy

Dec 15, 2015

EPISODE 10: Interview with Ferrett Steinmetz. Ferrett is a long-time blogger, author and teacher, and was most recently the keynote speaker at the Beyond The Love Conference 2015 in Columbus, Ohio. Together we speak about the trials, tribulations and joys of “coming out” as polyamorous. We also discuss pro-active breakups, time management, long-distance polyamorous relationships, as well cheating, abuse and depression. Ferrett Steinmetz is popular on FetLife as an author of various relationship essays, and is the Nebula-nominated author of urban fantasy novels FLEX and THE FLUX. Follow his adventures at www.theferrett.com, on FetLife as theferrett, or on twitter @ferretthimself.

Dec 4, 2015

EPISODE 9: Interview with Neil Wehneman who was one of the excellent presenters at the Beyond The Love 2015 conference in Columbus, Ohio. Neil also chairs the board of directors for PolyColumbus. An attorney by training, he is passionate about amplifying and spreading good ideas, such as polyamory and ethical non-monogamy. Follow his adventures with his “More Sensibly Organized” blog at moresensibly.com. You can also find him at facebook.com/wehneman

Nov 18, 2015

EPISODE 08: Interview with Wry from A Wry Perspective November 2015. Having gained experience in multiple forms of non-monogamous relationships over the past 13 years, Wry advocates awareness and dialogue regarding the options and alternatives to the hetero-normative marriage-minded, and traditional way of life. In this episode, we dive into the deep end of the pool on the concept of hierarchies in non-monogamous arrangements – specifically Descriptive Hierarchy and Prescriptive Hierarchy. Come listen in and join us!

Follow Wry’s work at nonmonogamyconsultant.com or on Twitter, Instagram, FetLife, YouTube and Facebook @AWryPerspective

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