Ken Haslam, MD is a retired anesthesiologist who for the past 15 years has been living and teaching about responsible, ethical, and consensual multi-partnering or Polyamory. Ken is a founding member and past Vice President of Unitarian Universalists for Polyamory Awareness, a past board member of the Institute for 21st Century Relationships and a past board member of his Unitarian fellowship. In 2005 he established the Kenneth R. Haslam, MD Polyamory Archive Collection at the Kinsey Institute, Indiana University to preserve polyamory history.
Dr. Haslam has presented many workshops, sermons, and lectures on Polyamory, such as “Kinsey and the Roots of Polyamory” at Loving More and “Polyamory Enters the Mainstream at AASECT. Currently he presents workshops on aging and sexuality. He is both a practicing Poly and a Poly activist.
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