30 episodes

Polyamory Uncensored is a podcast where we interview a new poly person each episode and try to answer the 5 basic tenets of journalism: who, what, when, where, and why as it pertains to the life of us poly folks. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/polyamoryuncensored/support

Polyamory Uncensored Lyndzi Miller

    • Education
    • 4.3, 14 Ratings

Polyamory Uncensored is a podcast where we interview a new poly person each episode and try to answer the 5 basic tenets of journalism: who, what, when, where, and why as it pertains to the life of us poly folks. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/polyamoryuncensored/support

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

New2Ploy ,

Very helpful, genuine, and well-produced

I’m devouring these podcasts. Being new to Poly this has been THE most helpful series of talks I’ve encountered. Thank you so very much to the hosts and those being interviewed. It’s a very generous contribution to our community.

Girlfriend N A Coma ,

Couldn’t finish an episode

Had to turn this off because of the laughing directly into the mic. It overwhelms the actual content. Sorry.

Western Michigan ,

Losing friends because of Monogamy

Polyamory Uncensored Podcast - Episode 4 Review

Towards the end of the 4th episode it was discussed on how some monogamous couples can start losing friends.

My initial reaction was “how’s that possible? If people choose to be exclusive towards one another, that’s their choice, so why do they lose friends?”

As soon as I finished asking that specific question, I had a moment of clarity and the answer came to me immediately, so here is why some monogamists lose friendships once they enter into relationships.

The discussion went on to say how some monogamists couples lose their individual identities once they enter into a relationship and become one combined person, basically one or both member(s) of the relationship follows the makeup of the other’s beliefs, and to be more specific, the choices.

Therefore, friends can start to distant themselves from one another because they had given up a big portion of their individuality once they got into a relationship and they no longer feel they have bond with that friend because they have forfeited that part of their life in exchange for the relationship.

I see Poly people as enjoying connecting with others who can think for themselves and provide their own spin on life without being negatively influenced or controlled by others, basically they seek out relationships that are honest, genuine and sincere. Regardless of the relationships Poly people entered into, one objective they will not compromise is to give up their individuality.

And Poly relationships can fall anywhere in the Poly spectrum from a non romantic/good friends type to all the way up to an romantic/emotional and possibly a sexual relationship, which all depends on the dynamics of the “relationship” to where it will be placed in the spectrum.

This PODCAST is awesome

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