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Raw, entertaining and informative conversations about polyamory, minimalism, full-time traveling with kids, trauma/healing, growth, sex, plant medicine and more!! Hosted by Megan and Marty Bhatia, Kyle Henry and friends.


Join the community

We believe the world doesn’t need answers, but rather to ask better questions. As a supporter of Amory you help us continue the journey into the inquiry of love. The raw conversations on the podcast are expanded for our Patrons. 

Our Patrons Gain:

  • Personal Journal Entries
  • Articles aimed to help you navigate deep topics of how you love and are loved in your partnerships
  • Behind the scenes photos, videos, and musings of the Amory tribe (a.k.a. our Tribu)
  • A community of those looking to change the rule of one love

Your patronage fuels Amory’s mission to open the conversation of love around the world.

Changing Communication

What a raw conversation about love, life, partnership and all emotions that come along with it. Beautiful vulnerability that provokes an open minded approach to finding happiness in the most unexpected of places if only we take down the barriers we have built. This podcast changed the way my husband and I communicate and has allowed intimacy to return. Beautifully done you three.

Woah. Things are changing

This is the stuff we need as we move into these new times where escaping cultural norms is the norm!

Bold, authentic and raw

Amory is a celebration of love, self-discovery, and having the courage to seek out and live life to the fullest. Megan’s bold, authentic and sometimes raw account of her pathway to a new polyamorous identity grabbed ahold of me from the first episode. The story weaves in perspectives of her husband AND boyfriend, as well other lovers, friends, family and members of their affectionately named Tribe. Although I’ve known Megan and Marty for years, I’ve never felt more connected to their story and their vulnerable display of their truth until after I began following along on this journey. The episodes have been funny, moving and thought-provoking. Whether you identify as polyamorous or not, this podcast serves to inspire, challenge and enticingly encourage anyone who listens to embrace themselves wholly and the boundless opportunities of love in the world we inhabit.

Amory Philosophy

by Megan Bhatia

It’s all about a better conversation in the world. It’s not about answers, but rather a better inquiry as to what it means to relate to one another. The idea is simply to lead with vulnerable conversations as authentically as possible shared with the world to help others speak their truth and relate.

Meet the Amorys

Megan, Marty, and Kyle are 3/4 of the current polycule. That is to say we are the one’s that are out as polyamorous. As some of you may be experiencing yourselves not all of us are out. Not everyone can be. The three of us are the current hosts of the podcast. We hope to be a voice for those who can’t tell their story. We simply aim to normalize the journey into loving how we see fit. Love is love and we hope that our audience simply gains something from us sharing our journey as authentically as we can. 

Megan Bhatia Amory Podcast Host Picture

Host & Creator

Megan Bhatia

Co-host & Partner of Megan’s (Husband)

Marty Bhatia

Co-host & Megan’s Partner

Kyle Henry



Megan, Marty, and Kyle are a polyv meaning that Megan and Marty are in a relationship together, Megan and Kyle are in a relationship together, and Marty and Kyle are simply friends. Marty has another partner that is not “out” so she’s anonymous. 


Megan and Marty talk about parenting as poly parents. What do the kids feel and think? We talk about how easy it actually is when love is at the core of how you relate to others.

sex & Love

Of course, everyone wants to know about sex and love so everyone on the podcast shares vulnerably and honestly. It’s a challenge for some of us, but it is a good challenge.

Communicating with your partner

Communication is a fundamental axiom of our belief system. It must be fair, honest, respectful, transparent, and supportive. Nothing is hidden and everything gets talked about. The podcast is simply the conversation for others to learn from and relate to.

facing Insecurities

Marty calls these hidden dragons. He talks about Dragon slaying a lot. We believe polyamory is an accelerator of learning and growth when done ethically. We face our insecurities on our podcast and sometimes in real time. 

life as minimalists

Our lifestyle is certainly different as we are in the poly community. But, we’re also world travelers and minimalists. These principles are carried through to how we relate to each other and the world. It’s a big part of clearing the noise, being sustainable and aligns with our other practices.