The December/January issue of PQ Monthly, a print and online publication for the LGBTQ communities of Oregon and SW Washington, featured an article called "Ethical sluttery: Poly relationships expand the reach of love and sex."
The writer interviews two couples: Kyra Fey, a dominant-leaning switch, and her partner Earthquake; and Rachael Palmer and Devon Chase; plus a single guy named Jake who is dating around.
While Jake doesn't think his parents could wrap their minds around polyamory, Rachael decided it was important to share that part of her life with her family, for the sake of her partners and simply to clear the air.
"I think for people who don't know much about polyamory it is easy to assume that my primary and I are having problems and that’s why we are sleeping with other people, when in actuality it's the opposite,” Rachael says. "We fuck other people because we want to be together for a long time and indulging our fantasies and desires keeps us happy and healthy."
Read the rest of the article at PQ Monthly. The full interview with Rachael and Devon can be found here.