List of polyamorists
This is a list of notable and historic figures who have been or are polyamorous. Polyamory is the desire, practice, or acceptance of more than one strong, deep, close and true loving, romantic, and/or intimate relationship at a time, with the full knowledge and consent of all involved.
- Olive Byrne, co-creator of the character Wonder Woman.
- Richard Carrier, atheist activist, author, blogger, and speaker
- Greta Christina, atheist blogger, speaker, and author
- Gaby Dunn, actress and author
- Dossie Easton, co-author of The Ethical Slut and other works
- Janet Farrar, author and Neopagan
- Terisa Greenan, American writer, actress, filmmaker, and creator of Family: the web series
- Brenda Howard, bisexual rights activist
- Alexandra Kollontai, Russian Communist revolutionary
- Elizabeth Holloway Marston, American psychologist, co-creator of the character Wonder Woman.
- William Moulton Marston, American psychologist, lawyer, inventor, and comic book writer who co-created the character Wonder Woman.
- Elise Matthesen, author
- Graham Nicholls, English artist and writer
- Darrel Ray, atheist psychologist, speaker and author
- Jennifer Diane Reitz, writer, webcomic author, and trans advocate
- Caitlin Stasey, Actress, feminist, creator of herself.com
- Celeste West, librarian and author, known for her alternative viewpoints in librarianship and her authorship of books about lesbian sex and polyfidelity
- Morning Glory Zell-Ravenheart, author and Neopagan
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- Christina, Greta. "On Being on Anti-Depressants Indefinitely, Very Likely for the Rest of My Life". Greta Christina's Blog. Freethoughtblogs.com. Retrieved 29 June 2014.
- Dunn, Gaby (2016-01-07). "Polyamorous, Pansexual, and Proud: Why I'm 'So Out and Outspoken'". Women's Health. Retrieved 12 February 2016.
- Beckerman, Marty (23 April 2009). "The Ethical Slut Returns". The Daily Beast. Retrieved 29 June 2012.
- Bone, Gavin & Farrar, Janet. "Our Views". Wicca na hErin. Archived from the original on 17 July 2012. Retrieved 10 December 2005.
- "Seattle-based 'Family' webisodes no ordinary sexy sitcom.", Mark Rahner, Seattle Times, 9 March 2009. Accessed 3 July 2011.
- "Brenda Howard | LGBTHistoryMonth.com". lgbthistorymonth.com. Retrieved 4 October 2014.
- "Aleksandra Mikhaylovna Kollontai". Russiapedia. n.d. Retrieved 23 December 2011.
- Matthesen, Elise. "Faithful Polyamory (a Unitarian Universalist sermon)" Archived 28 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine., originally presented at First Universalist Church of Minneapolis, as part of the Gay Pride Sunday Service 18 June 2000
- Bernhardt, Colette (13 September 2009). "Meet the polyamorists – a growing band of people who believe that more lovers equals more love". The Independent. London. Retrieved 19 September 2009.
- Tani, Red (4 August 2000). "A Conversation with Darrel Ray" (Audio). Filipino Freethinkers. Filipino Freethinkers. Retrieved 10 January 2015.
- Reitz, Jennifer Diane.Diane Reitz.[permanent dead link] transsexual.org
- "Caitlininterviewonherself.com". Retrieved 20 July 2015.
- Samek, T.; Roberto, K.R.; Lang, M. (2010). She Was a Booklegger: Remembering Celeste West. Litwin Books, LLC. ISBN 9781936117444. Retrieved 4 October 2014.
- Kaldera, Raven. Pagan polyamory: becoming a tribe of hearts. Llewellyn Worldwide, 2005.