Episode 6 A Chat with the Polyamorous Librarian

Episode 6 airs tomorrow, Monday, July 13, 2020. Visit http://disirabilityalt.castos.com. Subscribe and leave a review!

I am so excited to be interviewing my first guest. My co-host is my friend Allie Phelan who is the Polyamorous Librarian! I have known Allie for several years since I started going to poly meetups. I started off thinking this would be Poly 101 discussion but listening to Allie, I learned some new things that I had never considered. Allie talked about shared language, words and their meanings, the importance of community, jealousy and compersion, and coming out as polyamorous. Enjoy this episode!

Allie mentions this book in the episode:  “It’s called Polyamory. Coming Out About Your Non-Monogamous Relationships” by Tamara Pincus and Rebecca Hiles, Thorntree Press.

You can find Allie’s word press site here: https://polyamorouslibrarian.wordpress.com/. You can also connect with her on Facebook or  @HelloLibrarian on Twitter. 

Full transcript of this episode can be found at this link:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/16kES_hH2fDJxmOyhKdHnjaU6Zhj4jTVi2O7183QyX38/edit?usp=sharing

  [Image description: DISIRability logo in green with a wheelchair symbol in place of the b. “ALT” written in black underneath. In a red background, there is the writing to the left, “A Chat with the Polyamorous Librarian”  There is a black and white photo of Allie Phelan looking up on the right. Above the photo is the description “Allie Phelan, (she/her)”. On the left bottom corner it states “Angela Car [she/her] 18+”.

 
©DISIRability, Angela Car 2020

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