Into the A+ Box #85: POLYAMORY

Hello, and welcome to a very special intro for a Very Special Into the A+ Advice Box! This installment took a little longer (thank you for your patience) because we decided to try something new, in which we sourced some outside help. Sara Youngblood Gregory, author of The Polyamory Workbook, is here as a guest advice-giver to answer your questions about polyamory! The general A+ advice box, where the team answers your questions on any topic, is scheduled for next week!

In keeping with the vibes this summer, the next themed Advice box (for August) will be all about looking and feeling hot. Bring us your questions about taking selfies, about what to wear or how to style yourself, about confidence, about bodies, about self-love and projecti...

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Sara Youngblood Gregory

Sara Gregory (they them + she her) is a gender nonconforming, queer-aligned lesbian and works for the lesbian literary and arts journal Sinister Wisdom. Sara’s thesis, “La palabra publicada para apoderar y aterrorizar: the Creative Resistance and Third Space Practices of tatiana de la tierra,” focuses on author and activist tatiana de la tierra, co-founder and co-editor of two Miami-based Latina lesbian publications. She has been published in Sinister Wisdom, Para las Duras / For the Hard Ones, Ms. Magazine Blog, and Bust, among others. Find them at

Sara has written 3 articles for us.