“You find more happiness, openness, freedom and less fear when open your relatiohnship. A lot of people think polyamory would bring more fear, but it does the opposite.”
— @danalynnhobson - Episode 50
“We're not whole without pleasure, and I think thats probably a common theme for people who have grown up in some sort of belief system or a religious environment that takes that piece and separates it. And we have to learn how to integrate that pleasure back into our lives.”
— @roxy.ruse - Episode 49
“Shame and blame do not belong in your relationship - the ego will try to put them in your relationship, but there are no victims or villains in a loving relationship.”
— @progressive_love_academy - Episode 48
“It is possible to create your relationship by design even if you get into a relationship in one way - as long as both partners are willing to hear and support each other, anything can be recreated.”
— @clittalkshow - Episode 47
“When I really take on the masculine of like, 'Hey I've got a coffee date planned,' and then all of a sudden we pull off the road to make love in the back of our pickup on our way to coffee, it's totally different then when I'm a big baby and just think I deserve sex because I married Jessie.”
— @fantasticescapades - Episode 46
“In the beginning , we were very much exploring each other's bodies and it was a never-ending sexual adventure with you. Now 3 years later, we've shifted a bit - we have the same values and have grown into them together. What we've developed is greater and bigger, like all of these emotions and sides of us we've had the chance to really explore.”
— @lolo_urbiztondo - Episode 45
“When I was exploring my bisexuality, my body was constantly saying, 'Yes, more please' and my head was saying "This is f*cked up, what are you doing? So in those moments where we got to play and have fantasy, it really taught me how to trust, my body and Conner. ”
— @okbabeshow - Episode 44
“We are pleasure being, and we have been made for pleasure. Whether it be how you like your hair stroked to how you love your hands rubbed, everything about your body is about creating a sensory, feel-good experience."
— @toranmcgill - Episode 43
“With open relationships, anytime someone has strong Uranus placements, placements in the 11th House, or Aquarius placements, that's going to make them more open."
— @santoscrystalvisions - Episode 42
“One thing I loved about hiring a sex worker to come in and have this experience with us is now we're that much more excited to do something else, but I'm glad we started with that because it felt safe - it was, in a sense, very transactional, but so soft, gentle, and sweet.
— @thatsexchick - Episode 41
“Polyamory is more love. It's not choosing one or the other - it's adding. How can that be wrong if children see more love in your household? We're doing whats best for us which is going to make us better parents to our children.”
— @melanie_morton_ - Episode 39
“For any identity, orientation, or interest, don't put something away and repress it because you don't know what someone else's reaction will be. No matter what their reaction is, you need to express yourself and represent who you are and what you need. That's the most important thing, and whatever happens after that will happen, but you'll still be better off.”
— @thefunnydomreturns - Episode 36
“Give yourself the grace to try something and know it might not be perfect, but also know you're going to come out on the other side having learned something and being closer to the person you did that with.”
— nmpodcast - Episode 35
“Being in a polyamorous relationship has really taken the barriers off of who and where I can get certain needs met, whether it's emotionally, sexually, or intellectually. It's such a good reminder that my husband doesn't have to be my everything, and I don't have to be his - and that actually makes us more connected."
— journey.with.jessica - Episode 34
“When we release attachment to how someone responds, reacts, what they say, what comes next, then it leaves everything so open and theres so much space for what could happen.”
— @spiritualsexcoach - Episode 32
"What's your relationship dynamic? Every relationship has a dynamic of some kind, and there may be many that are leaning towards a D/S - but if you're not confronting that, negotiating it, and doing it with awareness, then it can go toxic and be unhealthy, or at the very least will limit your enjoyment."
— @thefunnydomreturns - Episode 31
"If we're going to have any level of openness in our relationship, its not coming from a place of desperation or obligation. It's coming from a place of desire and appreciation that is serving the highest good for the entity of our relationship." "
— @conscious.bro- Episode 29
“When we think of sex therapy, it’s often rooted in this belief that there’s something wrong with you and the relationship, even if you know. So people end up waiting instead of working at their sex life all the time, which is necessary.”
— @slutsandscholars - Episode 28
“This is the first relationship that I could be 100% be me and explode all the things that I’ve wanted to for years. I felt accepted in a way that I’ve never felt before.”
— @lolo_urbiztondo - Episode 26
“With abstinence based sex education there’s this goal of keeping kids “safe.” But it’s all fear based and I think it teaches us on a somatic level to be really afraid in our bodies. And so all of a sudden, if they’re in a sexual situation that scary or is anxiety provoking, that’s normal, right? Thats how my body has responded to the topic of sex for so long.”
— @lindseytaylorlocke - Episode 25
“The real thing I love about the pelvic floor health conversation is the kind of inner confidence and connection that it gives women. It just brings that back and makes it feel okay to talk about.”
— @courtneyvfitness - Episode 24
“My partner is not going to fulfill everything for me. There are things I have to fulfill for myself. I think people forget that you can make yourself happy, don’t put all of that on your partner.”
— @doubleteamedpodcast - Episode 23
“Really sit down with yourself and realize how you want things in your life to look for you, despite what society says. Non-monogamy isn’t for everyone but make sure you make that decision for yourself, not because society told you.”
— @doubleteamedpodcast - Episode 22
“A cuckolding dynamic is about love and about expression. Humiliation can be a part of it, theres lots of things that can be a part of the dynamic, but it is not one size fits all and it’s not the representation of what you see in porn.”
— @sexualalchemy - Episode 21