Una eulogy sinvergüenza.
I did not say goodbye. I did not go to her funeral. I did not even send flowers. When my aunt passed away, I didn’t do anything. I was out of town for a wedding when my brother called and told me that she died in the hospital from diabetes-related health complications. Read the rest →
People who think marriage is about sexual fidelity, often ask: if you are not going to be exclusive, then why bother getting married? As if having more than one lover automatically rules out having a life partner to grow old with!? Read the rest →
I was feeling reminiscent, so I called my Jewish grandmother in Beverly Hills who said, “Honey, 40 is nothing…I’m 96, you are not even half my age…, It was nice talking to you, dear, I’ve got to run, I don’t want to keep the bridge ladies waiting.”
I couldn’t bring myself to talk about how I remember when phone calls on the pay phone were 10cents, stamps were 20 and the chewy nutty goodness of a Milky Way was a whopping 49 cents. Read the rest →
Imaging a room full of lovers dancing freely to the loud speakers booming to Robert Palmers voice:
“Your heart sweats, your body shakes\
Another kiss is what it takes\
You can’t sleep, you can’t eat\
There’s no doubt, you’re in deep\
Your throat is tight, you can’t breathe\
Another kiss is all you need\
Ohh oohh…Might as well face it\
you’re addicted to love”
Kamala Devi introduces the guest speaker:
The secret to success in Polyamory is having a community of friends and lovers there to see your brilliance and your blindspots. Read the rest →
The most common question that people ask me about polyamory is: How do you handle jealousy?
So, I made a brief video blog while traveling Europe with my poly lovers. (Yes, I am human and wrestle with jealousy a lot!) That’s why I offer a whole list of ways that I deal with jealousy–the green eyed beast! Read the rest →
…In less than a month, I am turning 40. And since I’ve always been an overachiever, I already had my midlife crisis, and am now ready to party!
Joking aside, the reason you haven’t hear from me in about 6 months, is because I’ve been on a healing journey. Read the rest →
Interested in the Ecosexuality Movement?
“Where we humans learn from the lover we all share [Earth] to love beyond genders, numbers, ages, races, orientations, origins, species, and biological realms to embrace all of life as a partner with important and enduring rights.”
No other book brings together so many aspects and voices as this new collection by SerenaGaia and Lindsay Hagamen. Read the rest →
I know my purpose on this planet is to help liberate love. And there has been one event that through the years has had the #1 greatest impact on my mission and building the tribe that is needed to do this important work. Read the rest →
ˈkrēdō –noun. A statement of the beliefs or aims that guide someone’s actions.
My Credo by Kamala Devi, Spring of 2015
10. Ultimate Reality, which is God lives through me, you and every living creature, blade of grass and grain of sand. Read the rest →
In March, Kamala Devi embarked on a 30 day “ecosex” challenge, to take one flower photo per day. The most striking part of this project is that everything she captured, is now dead. She immortalized her experience with one line per photo, which it resulted in a colorful tapestry of poetry and art celebrating the colors of Spring! Read the rest →