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#020: Coming Out Poly with Tamara Pincus

The decision to come out as non-monogamous (or not) is a difficult one. You can lose your job or be rejected by friends or family. But in spite of the risks coming out is incredibly important for many people.

In today’s episode, Cassie talks with sex therapist and licensed social worker Tamara Pincus. We cover how and when to come out, society’s changing views on polyamory, and practical ways to have conversations with people about your open relationships. We also discuss Tamara’s New book: It’s Called Polyamory, Coming Out About Your Nonmonogamous Relationships. 

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