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Barker, M. (2005). This is my partner, and this is my… partner’s partner: Constructing a polyamorous identity in a monogamous world. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 18(1): 75-88.

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Barker, M., and Langdridge, D. (Eds.). (2010b). Understanding Non-monogamies. New York: Routledge.

Bell, David (2006). Bodies, Technologies, Spaces: On ‘Dogging’. Sexualities, 9(4), October: 387-407.

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Sexualities, 2006, Volume 9, No. 5, December: Special Issue on Polyamory;
Jin Haritaworn, Chin-ju Lin, and Christian Klesse / Poly/logue: A Critical Introduction to Polyamory.
Angela Willey / ‘Christian Nations’, ‘Polygamic Races’ and Women’s Rights: Toward a Genealogy of Non/Monogamy and Whiteness.
Petula Sik Ying Ho / The (Charmed) Circle Game: Reflections on Sexual Hierarchy Through Multiple Sexual Relationships.
Christian Klesse / Polyamory and its ‘Others’: Contesting the Terms of Non-Monogamy.
Ani Ritchie and Meg Barker / ‘There Aren’t Words for What We Do or How We Feel So We Have To Make Them Up’: Constructing Polyamorous Languages in a Culture of Compulsory Monogamy.
Melita J. NoÎl / Progressive Polyamory: Considering Issues of Diversity.
Elisabeth Sheff / Poly-Hegemonic Masculinities.
Expert Interview: The Trials and Tribulations of Being a ‘Slut’-Ethical, Psychological, and Political Thoughts on Polyamory: Christian Klesse in conversation with Dossie Easton.

Shannon, D. and A. Willis (2010). Theoretical polyamory: Some thoughts on loving, thinking, and queering anarchism. Sexualities 13(4): 433-443.

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