A few items about polyamory


Barker, M. (2005) This is my partner and this is my . . . . partner’s partner: Constructing a polyamorous identity in a monogamous world, Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 18: 75–88.


Haritaworn, J., Lin, C. & Klesse, C. (2006) Poly/logue: A Critical Introduction to Polyamory, Sexualities, 9(5): 515–529.


Klesse, C. (2006) Polyamory and its ‘Others’: Contesting the Terms of Non-Monogamy, Sexualities, 9(5): 565–583.


Klesse, C. & Easton, D. (2006) The Trials and Tribulations of Being a ‘Slut’ – Ethical, Psychological, and Political Thoughts on Polyamory, Sexualities, 9(5): 643–650.


 Noel, M.J. (2006) Progressive Polyamory: Considering Issues of Diversity, Sexualities, 9(5): 602–620.


Rubin, R.H. (2001) Alternative lifestyles revisited, or whatever happened to swingers, group marriages and communes? Journal of Family Issues, 22: 711-726.


Ritchie, A. & Barker,M. (2006) ‘There Aren’t Words for What We Do or How We Feel So We Have To Make Them Up’: Constructing Polyamorous Languages in a Culture of Compulsory Monogamy, Sexualities, 9(5): 584–601.



Sheff, E. (2005) Polyamorous Women, Sexual Subjectivity and Power, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography,  34, (3): 251-283.


Wilkins, A. (2004) “So Full of Myself as a Chick": Goth Women, Sexual Independence, and Gender Egalitarianism, Gender and Society, 18, (3): 328-349.