Disgraced former Governor of Wentworth Joan Ferguson is a villain people love to hate. From her appearance at the beginning of Season 2, Joan is an exquisitely calculated character. The cliffhanger of Season 5 leaves us wondering whether or not she is gone for good.
Fans of Wentworth (who had not seen the original series) were shocked when Season 5 revealed that Bea Smith (Danielle Cormack) did indeed die at the end of Season 4. Many, like myself, believed that the Season 4 cliffhanger would result in a miraculous recovery in the first episode of Season 5. This, of course, did not happen.
RuPaul’s Drag Race is about to finish its ninth season, and crown a new queen. Here we take a look back at the follies that have taken place over the past nine seasons.
Star Trek is a successful franchise of both movies and television series. Over the years I have had opportunity to view all of them. I followed Next Generation, Deep Space Nine,and Voyager during their runs, and loved it. Looking back, I think polyamory could have brought more stability and greater power in particular unions. Continue reading
American Horror Story Season 1, known as ‘Murder House’, features a cast of characters tormented by their decisions in life. Watching this show again now in a polyamorous relationship, I identified how monogamy may have been the root of many of their troubles.
Polyamory has popped up in the wildest of places. Now on may say that having it as part of my norm allows me to interpret theme in such a manner. I can see that as a reasonable position. In the same way extreme Christians may see the Virgin Mary’s face in a stack of pancakes, I see polyamory solving the problems of a zombie filled post apocalyptic world. Continue reading
In our house there is one thing we can all agree upon: RuPaul’s Drag Race. I will first state that none of us are drag queens. Though, if we were, we would pummel that runway. Continue reading
Did any other poly folks watch Nurse Jackie Season 2 and think polyamory could have saved the day?
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I loved the first season of Polyamory: Married and Dating (P:M&D). I watched it several times, and introduced it to Edward before we began our polyamorous journey. I have been in polyamorous relationships in the past, but P:M&D was Edward’s first spotlight onto this different world. It was a great door into a different mindset that I simply didn’t have the words to explain properly. Continue reading