166 episodes

Conventional relationship advice is toxic and outdated. We offer new ideas and advice for multiple forms of love: everything from conscious monogamy to ethical polyamory and radical relationship anarchy.

Multiamory Podcast Dedeker Winston, Emily Matlack, and Jase Lindgren

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0, 481 Ratings

Conventional relationship advice is toxic and outdated. We offer new ideas and advice for multiple forms of love: everything from conscious monogamy to ethical polyamory and radical relationship anarchy.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
481 Ratings

481 Ratings

AmW829518 ,

Joyous and Supportive

I am so grateful to this podcast for being a source of joy and support in my life! I made the transition from monogamy to polyamory a year ago in a courageous attempt to live out values I've held most of my life about the nature of love and relationships. Rather than this being an isolating and doubt filled experience, it has been life affirming and exciting, and this podcast and the community around it is a contributor to why that is the case. I love the sense of humor, raw honesty and focus on scientific literature and research. I laugh at least once an episode! Thank you Emily, Dedeker and Jase for your open, honest discourse and for all the time and effort you've put into this project.

What Gender Stuff ,

Great resource! Sometimes hard to follow...

As a relationship anarchist, who also has experience with polyamory, I have a lot of people ask me about polyamory, non-monogamy, and ask for resources. Multiamory is the number one resource I provide to people in an audio format. The hosts are deep feeling deep caring people, who work hard to move the community forward as a whole. I really appreciate all the work they do.

One critique that I have heard from a number of people is that it can be hard to follow what the hosts are saying. I have been able to boil this down to the hosts using filler words such as like, that, and I think when they are speaking. The use of the word that over and over again seems to be the most problematic, Because what is being referenced gets lost pretty quickly. I know a number of people who have started listening to Multiamory Podcast and then stopped because they cannot follow the conversation.

It makes me sad when people stop listening to the podcast because I know it’s such a good resource, but I can also understand their frustration. I’ve listened for a number of years, I know that y’all actually read these reviews, so take this for what it is worth.

Thank you so much, and be well

Pease4784 ,

So thankful

So thankful for this podcast for helping me transition from mono to poly

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