Pedestrian Polyamory 44: PolySci (Polyamory Science That Is) with Nikki Atkins

Nikki Atkins is apart of a team that is putting together the first large scale demographic research of the Polyamorous Community.  Gavin sits down with Nikki and they discuss the details and share some of the results of this test.  Before that, Shira shares her feelings on the sex education community and her struggle to find her place within it.  Gavin shares his troubles of having a penis that is simply too large while Shira plays a symphony of tiny violins.  Listen to the first ever premium edition of Pedestrian Polyamory that is now 100% commercial free!

If you would like to participate in the study, visit: http://bit.ly/poly123


Pedestrian Polyamory is a show about polyamory and all of its glorious (and not so glorious) features. Join co-hosts Shira B. Katz and Gavin Katz as they talk about sex and polyamory in a realistic, down-to-earth, and bulls**t-free manner. Listen as they approach topics such as poly, nonmonogamy, sex, threesomes, compersion, and more logically and rationally.

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  1. First a squeee moment for shout out from Shira for having met me (the infamous Black berry) and my hubby Dominus. It was so great to be able to spend time with you getting to know you a bit and share stories.

    As to your struggle with “activist” sex educator role. I think all of you who are podcasting, blogging and generally sharing your lives and opinions are being “activists”. You are out there creating content, exposing areas of life very few talk about, and spreading information that’s not easily readily available. That’s not exactly “passive”. And what you do then in turn inform us, expands our knowledge base and inspires us, which prompts those who might want to go fight the fights politically and socially to be on the front lines.

    So you just keep being you Shira, because doing the podcast and then being so willing to spend time with your fans, talking one on one and sharing experiences with them is just as important for the community’s health and growth as fighting for sex positive legislatures.

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