Michelle is a bisexual, sapiosexual, polyamorous female who’s not femme except when she wants to glam up. She’s married to her husband of 21 years, has a grrlfriend of 2 years (who is engaged to a cis-male), and is developing a new potential relationship with a cis-male (who’s in a long term primary relationship with a cis-female). In this audio interview, we discuss her life, identities, and relationships.
When I announced the Intersections project, Bonnie Boyd was the first to sign up! I visited her in her home, where we discussed her life as a monogamous, bisexual, genderfluid female.
Russell and Tina are a delightful couple in a mixed-orientation marriage. Russell is bisexual and polyamorous, while Tina is straight and monogamous. In this audio interview, we discuss how they have made their situation work and their marriage thrive.
Bob is sexually gay but romantically bisexual, and very much in love with his wife. He discusses how he and his wife focus their relationship on abundance instead of scarcity and generosity instead of fear.
Leandra Vane, also known as The Unlaced Librarian, is a bisexual femme who is in an open marriage. In our interview, she discusses her life and relationships, her exploration of BDSM, how her physical disability has influenced her sexuality, and many other things.
Valerie White is a 70-1/2 year-old bisexual woman who has been in an open residential triad for 21 years. Together, they are living as a family and raising their 13-year-old twins. Valerie is also the executive director of the Sexual Freedom Legal Defense and Education Fund and president of Unitarian Universalists for Polyamory Awareness.
You may also recognize parts of Valerie’s story from the book Opening Up: A Guide to Creating and Sustaining Open Relationships by Tristan Taormino.
I had a great conversation with Moniqa Paullet, a bisexual, demisexual and questioning demi/gray-romantic woman. Through our conversation, I learned how important the word “woman” is to her, and what it means to be demisexual.