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Episode 55: What's Ethical Non-Monogamy?
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Episode 55: What's Ethical Non-Monogamy?

Exploring casual sex, ethnical non-monogamy and going beyond the norm

One of the benefits of being an older, single person is to consider what type of future relationship you want (or not). Thanks to the apps like Feeld, where you can self-identify in so many ways, they provide their own glossary of terms, and you can decide whether or not monogamy is for you.

Ethical Non-Monogamy (ENM) is becoming an increasingly popular choice amongst younger people, but there’s no reason why it’s the sole preserve of the young. While it may seem, at first glance, to be one of those you-can-have-your-cake-and-eat-it-too types of relationships, it requires a high degree of communication and trust.

In this week’s episode, we talk about what to consider if you want to be in an ethical non-monogamous relationship or if you want to be, as Suzanne self-identifies, single-ish.

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Sex Advice for Seniors
Sex Advice for Seniors Podcast
Everything you need to know to have a thriving, nourishing sex life as you age—whatever that means for you. Suzanne Noble and sexologist Zoe Kors are sixty, sexy, and honest. They discuss their own experiences and—as women in their sixties—bring years of sex and intimacy to reflect on in a witty, open and enthusiastic way. The series is dedicated to helping older people find their way to a healthy and enjoyable sex life. Whether you are just starting out with a new partner or continuing with an old one, there's sure to be something new here for you.