About KamalaDevi, Sex & Relationship Coach, Author and Activist
KamalaDevi McClure is an artist, mother, lover and activist. She is the author of Polyamory Pearls, Sacred Slut Sutras, Don’t Drink the Punch, and co-author of Sacred Sexual Healing. Her family stars in Showtime’s hit docu-series, Polyamory: Married and Dating.She has been in open relationships for over 20 years. She appeared on Dr. Drew, Ricki Lake, Tyra Banks and the award-winning documentary Sex Magic. Kamala Devi teaches on faculty for the International School of Temple Arts and is the founder of San Diego Tantra Theater and Poly-Palooza. Her mission is to awaken healers, teachers and visionaries to becoming love leaders worldwide. She is currently co-authoring 52 Fridays with My Bitch and the Pleasure Bible. (AKA: Kamala Devi) Read more at http://www.KamalaDevi.com
Read about her hobbies in the Personal bio Below.
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KamalaDevi’s Personal Bio:
KamalaDevi is a bisexual Latin woman of Jewish descent who was raised between conservative Orange County and a ranch in Mexico. Throughout college, she produced a handful of feminist-themed plays and was a gay and lesbian activist. She founded the first bisexual and lesbian women’s discussion group at her university.
Before she even heard the word polyamory, her college girlfriend pointed out that she was in love with a male yoga teacher and she began dating them both… After graduation, she moved to a drumming commune in Hawaii where she directed the lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual Pride festival of Honolulu in 1997. She met a professional dominatrix who introduced her to the world of kink.
After a spontaneous sexual awakening on the islands, she began backpacking and studying yoga throughout Europe, Southeast Asia, and China. When she returned to California, she met her life partner, Michael, at a Valentine’s puja in San Diego.
Together they took a tantric pilgrimage to South India to study goddess worship from a guru who channels Kali. The 2004 Sumatran Tsunami struck the very beaches where they were at the exact moment their airplane lifted off. This event inspired Kamala Devi’s first novel, Don’t Drink the Punch: An Adventure in Tantra.
When pregnant, they bought a beach house that Michael converted into an eco-friendly temple where they home-birthed their son Devin Echo McClure. He is now an 8 year old bilingual scientist who loves to sail and surf. Devin is proud to be raised in a polyamorous family with a variety of live-in lovers who were featured on Showtime’s docu-series, Polyamory: Married and Dating which ran for 2 seasons.
Kamala Devi’s primary girlfriend is Roxanne, who is co-author of the erotic novel, 52 Fridays with My Bitch. Together, they are part of a circle of about a dozen lovers who are transparent about everything, this group is affectionately called the superpod.
Kamala Devi is the founder of both TantraPalooza and PolyPalooza, which are annual festivals for liberated lovers. She also created and directs Tantra Theater, a collective of artists, teachers and healers who offer live performance art to heal sexual guilt and shame.
She is co-author of Sacred Sexual Healing with Baba Dez and is featured in his award-winning documentary, Sex Magic. She has made several instructional DVDs including Earning your BLACKBELT in Relationship with Reid Mihalko.
Today, Kamala Devi is a highly-visible spokesperson and has facilitated over a thousand sex-positive events in the last 20 years. Kamala Devi has also appeared on the Tyra Banks Show, Discovery Channel, Morning Show Live, Inside Edition, and MTV’s True Life, to name a few. Her future vision is to create a retreat center so people from all over the world can liberate their love lives. Kamala Devi is devoted to helping people awaken their sexuality ethically, because she feels humanity’s realization their true creative potential is necessary for the evolution of the planet. She is especially interested in training healers, teachers and visionaries so they can become Love Leaders around the world.
Kamala Devi takes pleasure in nature, massage, vegan foods, snuggling, dance, theater and performance art. Her ultimate turn-on is penetrating conversation. Kamala Devi is a natural muse and uses her body as a doorway to enlightenment. She knows how to use her mouth and words to stimulate and heal people. She is also a deep listener, and loves silence, touch and laughter. For free resources on how to become a better lover go to: KamalaDevi.com
About Michael McClure, Polyamory Activist
Michael McClure is an environmentalist, musician, actor and a co-founder of Tantra Theater. He has over 12 years of training in Tantra and 15 years practicing polyamory. His environmental work has reduced global warming emissions by hundreds of tons using commercial lighting technologies; and his ecological home has been featured on the GreenBuilt Tour.He is a spokesman for honesty, sex positive communication and safe sex. A lifetime surfer and athlete, he leads men’s groups and video clips of his stand up comedy can be found at http://www.TantraTheater.TV
In addition to starring in Showtime’s Polyamory: Married and Dating, he has appeared on Dr. Drew, Ricki Lake, the Tyra Banks Show, Discovery Channel, Inside Edition and other international television productions. His environmental work has reduced global warming emissions by hundreds of tons using commercial lighting technologies; and his ecological home has been featured on the GreenBuilt Tour. Michael is married to Kamala Devi and has about a dozen lovers and a 5-year-old son who he spends a lot of time surfing and swimming with. Video clips of his performance art can be found at www.TantraTheater.TV and his stand-up comedy can be found at www.PolyamoryMichael.com.
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Kamala Devi also loves co-teaching with the following teachers:
Charles Muir, Reid Mihalko, Daniel S., Scott Catamas, Shawn Roop, Adam Paulman, Baba Dez, Mare Simone, Triambika, and more. Bios coming soon.