Polyamory Research

Polyamory is not new, but rigorous research into the lovestyle has been lacking, especially in the black community. Below we've compiled recent research about polyamory. Click here for a listing of articles specifically on polyamory and children.


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Open to Love: Polyamory and the Black American from The Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships, written by Chris Smith

Poly/logue: A Critical Introduction to Polyamory from Sexualities

Constructing Polyamorous Language from Sexualities

Everyday Oppression Of Polyamorous People from the 2nd Annual International Conference on the Future of Monogamy
and Non-Monogamy

The Privilege of Perversities: Race, Class, and Education Among Polyamorists and Kinksters from Psychology and Sexuality

Development of a Brief Measure of Attitudes Towards Polyamory from Psychology and Sexuality

Polyamory Experiences of Power from Without, from Within, and in Between from The Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy

Polyamory as a Sexual Orientation from University of Cincinnati Law Review

Three's a Crowd: Public Awareness and (Mis)perceptions of Polyamory from Psychology and Sexuality

Consensual Nonmonogamy: Psychological Well-Being and Relationship Quality Correlates from The Journal of Sex Research

Couples Exploring Nonmonogamy: Guidelines for Therapists from Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy

Prevalence of Experiences With Consensual Nonmonogamous Relationships: Findings From Two National Samples of Single Americans from Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy

Around Consensual Nonmonogamies: Assessing Attitudes Toward Nonexclusive Relationships from The Journal of Sex Research

Has the American Public’s Interest in Information Related to Relationships Beyond “The Couple” Increased Over Time? from The Journal of Sex Research

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