A Time to Build Bridges

Tinder is a modern wonder. No longer do you have to go out into the cold dark night and spend hours hovering around the bar scanning the room until you find someone sending you fuck me eyes only to realize they were actually gazing at the hot piece of ass behind you. Now all you … Continue reading A Time to Build Bridges

My New Book Catch & Release: How I Used Science to Hack My Love Life

Catch and Release How I Used Science to Hack My Love Life is officially released!! For now, it's only available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble's websites, but soon I will have signed copies and swag available through the nonmonogblog website. For now, you can head here to buy a copy: Catch & Release: How I … Continue reading My New Book Catch & Release: How I Used Science to Hack My Love Life

Preface to Catch & Release: How I Used Science to Hack My Love Life

“If I only knew, that happy ever after wasn’t you.” – Gin Wigmore 3/1/2014 The first time I saw them together, my heart stopped. It was a shock, even though the sexually charged atmosphere of the past two weekends left this outcome inevitable. This story began with marriage. At least for half its characters, fading … Continue reading Preface to Catch & Release: How I Used Science to Hack My Love Life

Preface to Catch & Release

“If I only knew, that happy ever after wasn’t you.” – Gin Wigmore 3/1/2014 The first time I saw them together, my heart stopped. It was a shock, even though the sexually charged atmosphere of the past two weekends left this outcome inevitable. This story began with marriage. At least for half its characters, fading … Continue reading Preface to Catch & Release

Tales From the Field

Sometimes I feel almost obligated to be dating. I am not monogamous. I write about non-monogamy. Am I less credible if I only have one partner? Of course, the answer is no. Regardless, every few months I try to put some effort into meeting potential new romantic partners. I tidy up my online profile, add … Continue reading Tales From the Field

Review: Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (Spoilers)

Stories are important. The characters on screens and the pages of books and comics are there to validate social customs. Children learn much of what they know about how the world works from stories. For the past century, heterosexual monogamy has been the predominant theme surrounding romantic relationships. While it may seem this theme has … Continue reading Review: Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (Spoilers)