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 romantic and/or intimate relationship at a time, with the full knowledge and consent of all involved. Polyamory also includes or not includes sexual intimacy between all the involved parties. Various justifications of the claim may be found in the biographies of the famous individuals from this category.
- Courtney Act, drag queen, television host, and singer
- László Ágoston, baritone and marketer
- 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
- Terisa Greenan, writer, actress, filmmaker, and creator of Family: the web series
- Brenda Howard, bisexual rights activist
- Alexandra Kollontai, Russian Communist revolutionary
- Elizabeth Holloway Marston, psychologist, co-creator of the character Wonder Woman
- William Moulton Marston, psychologist, lawyer, inventor, and comic book writer who co-created the character Wonder Woman
- Elise Matthesen, author
- Ezra Miller, actor and singer
- Darrel Ray, atheist psychologist, speaker and author
- 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 An advocate of polyamory, she is credited with coining the word
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- Tani, Red (4 August 2000). "A Conversation with Darrel Ray" (Audio). Filipino Freethinkers. Filipino Freethinkers. Retrieved 10 January 2015.
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- Kaldera, Raven. Pagan polyamory: becoming a tribe of hearts. Llewellyn Worldwide, 2005.
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