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July 2018 Issue

Click here to view this issue online – WARNING – This issue contains material that is not suitable for all audiences

Check out our July issue of PDXScene Magazine, loaded with great content for our local Ethical Non-monogamy scene!

We have our usual feature on the First Thursday Erotic Art Openings. You will want to be sure to read about the artists and the inspirations for their shows, along with some samples of their work.  Then come on out and see their work live, and meet the artists that create them; while sampling some great spirits and check out the clubs that host these shows without obligation!

We sit down with fellow Lifestyle Event Coordinator Diane Ritchey Figley who talks about life alongside local celebrity, politician, and lifestyle community advocate the late Rob Figley. She talks about life before and after; the challenges she has faced along the way; as well as an exciting new beginning for herself and her new partner.

You won’t want to miss our beautiful photoshoot with the lovely Cassie Lynn; we visit a local ranch for a beautiful photoshoot with creative and exciting photos you will not want to miss!

Michael Love subs in for Briana Bliss this month with an article in the Poly101 column about a bad habit a lot of us have in the lifestyle. He talks about how to avoid it to improve your connections and relationships, and make yourself a better partner.

It’s beer festival season and Chrissy Cooper covers the Summer Vancouver Brewfest with some exciting news and updates you will want to check out!

Our Artist Spotlight Column is back, this time under the pen of a new writer. L.A. “Larry” Iversen; who introduces us to Jessica R. Van Hulle, a former Portland local, now residing in Southern California. You will not want to miss her amazing work!

Did you hear about the World Record Attempt for the largest orgy in Las Vegas last month? Sadly, we didn’t hear about it early enough, but several of our friends went down, including Just Jane who gave us a recap of what happened and how the City of Las Vegas and Clark County stepped in and thwarted their attempt. Several hundred people travelled from all over the world to try to break the record, only to be told that Sin City wasn’t down for those kinds of shenanigans. Check out the article for more details.

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