Curious & poly adventurous peeps!
It’s time for a new collection of our stories to create Juggling the Rainbow #4. It’s been a very long time coming!
For this issue I would like to focus on specific “underground” themes which have links and intersections with polyamory. Have a look if any of these speak to you or portraits parts of your life, your identity, your occupation, your innermost… :
- Sex work
*The term “taboo” comes from the Tongan tapu or Fijian tabu (“prohibited”, “disallowed”, “forbidden”), related among others to the Māori tapu, Hawaiian kapu, Malagasy fady; introduced into English by Captain Cook. So colonially tinted in the way the Western world uses it!
I am interested in how you experience and deal with taboos of various aspects of polyamory – with your lovers, with your friends, in your family, community, culture, society… Where are the links between kink and poly and where are differences? … How does working in the sex industry change how you regard sex, intimacy, relationships? … Are there desires around relationships, sexuality, gender that you wish were possible but they clash with your current reality – or society? …
If it’s not you, totally fine. Maybe you know someone else who might be keen? Please pass it on!
Submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
By: February/March 2018