Polyamory and emotional literacy

Kel Walters is a junior at UT Arlington studying political science and psychology with a minor in Arabic. She has been involved in local politics from a very early age, including frequently serving as an election judge. She also writes the column Real Talk for a student run webzine called BackRow Mag. She has been involved in the polyamorous community for several years, helping others build and maintain their relationships.

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Changing the way we think about consensual non-monogamy

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