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Episode 133 - State of the Union of Black Polyamorous Relationships in the Pandemic and Uprising

Updated: Aug 7

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We're honored to welcome Ruby Johnson, co-founder of Poly Dallas Millennium, to moderate our first panel discussion. As she mentions, this is not a race 101 discussion. While it is targeted towards the Black community, it is an invaluable resource for anyone who finds it. The amazing and accomplished panelists discuss difficult topics, share vulnerable stories, and do it all while weaving in humor and laughter. It's a very real conversation with four powerful friends.


Thank you again to Ruby Johnson, Charita Marie, Dr. Justin Clardy, and of course Jhen for sharing their voices and experiences with us.


Ruby's Contact Info:

Website: https://www.blacksexgeek.net/

Instagram: @blacksexgeek

Twitter: @blacksexgeek


Charita Marie's Contact Info:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/charita.marie.7

Instagram: @MarieCharita

Twitter: @MarieCharita


Jhen's Contact Info:

Website: https://monogamishpod.com/

Instagram: @monogamishpod

Twitter: @monogamishpod


Dr. Justin Clardy's Contact Info:

Instagram: @Urfavfilosopher

Twitter: @urfavfilosopher

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Resources Mentioned in this Episode

Poly Dallas Millennium

Black Poly Pride

My Grandmother's Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies | https://amzn.to/31Ch0ns


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Monkeys Spinning Monkeys by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Attribution 3.0 International License.


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