The Best Polyamory Resources

Where to look for information, guidance, and connection

Rachael Hope
Polyamory Today
Published in
11 min readSep 17, 2019


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My journey into polyamory began with a friend and a book. In the days after my divorce, a delightful new friend lent me “The Ethical Slut,” and I began to discover the language around feelings deep within me. I was lucky. This friend and then my boyfriend led me to a local sex-positive center that hosted a monthly Polyamory Discussion Group. Within a month, I began building myself a community.

For many people, it’s not that easy. Having someone literally hand you one of the best books around on polyamory is pretty lucky! But what if you don’t know polyamorous people? Here are the best resources I’ve come across for understanding and exploring polyamory.


Polyamory Weekly

The Polyamory Weekly website includes short blog posts relating to the episodes covered in the Polyamory Weekly podcast, resources, FAQs, and links to class information.

The world of podcasts can be overwhelming, but it’s also a blessing for niche topics and their accessibility in the world at large. Poly Weekly is a podcast produced by Cunning Minx, a poly and kinky sex-positive educator. She and her co-host, Lusty Guy, have decades of real-life poly experience to draw on. Now in its 14th year, it’s a long running and established resource, with over 500 episodes in production.

Poly Weekly explores polyamory directly and in tandem with other major life issues including communication, gender, race, sex, dating, family, and time management. The show is produced in Washington state, but with a global perspective.

Normalizing Non-Monogamy

Normalizing Non-Monogamy is a well-established podcast hosted by Emma & Fin. Check in every Wednesday to hear stories and experiences from real people exploring all facets of non-monogamy, from polyamory, to swinging, to everything in between. Their mission is “to inspire people to embrace their true selves so that, together, we can open minds and live authentically without shame.”


“The Multiamory podcast offers support and advice for modern relationships. Whether you are…



Rachael Hope
Polyamory Today

Polyamorous, loud laughing unapologetic feminist, rad fatty, and epic sweet tooth.