Monthly Archives: March 2012


What polyamory does is seek to ask questions about love, desire, feminism, justice, intimacy, sex, relationships, equity and much more. Some of these salient questions are: What are partnerships? How might the notion of partnership relate to the persistent rhetoric … Continue reading

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Love, Compersion, and Jealousy

There is truth(s) in monogamy, and there is truth(s) in polyamory. There are truth(s) for different times within the same person’s life. And there are truth(s) that we can all recognize. One of those truths is love. While LBGTQ couples … Continue reading

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Beginning Narrative; Beginning Purpose

Last week, I attended the annual Conference on College Composition and Communication. While there, I had some wonderful conversations—some in hotel rooms, some during long car rides, some before and after panels—about what it means to be a feminist researcher … Continue reading

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