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“I could never share my partner,” she says. “I mean, if you really love someone, you want to spend all of your time with them.”… Read More »Polyamory, Time-Sharing, and the 80/20 Principle
Is there a way to feel safe in poly? Right now I feel like I can only get that “security” being in a monogamous relationship.… Read More »5 Steps to Feeling Safe and Secure in Polyamory — and Beyond!
I love to work, I love to work, I love to work out after work. I’d love to spend a little time with this woman… Read More »The Thrill of Anticipation: Happily Waiting to Date Someone
The geese are extra territorial at the zoo. “Must be mating season,” I say. Skyspook nods. “The start of it anyway.” A cacophony of honks… Read More »“Can I Borrow Your Male Privilege?”: Sex Positivity with a Man Nearby
When I opened up a relationship that had been monogamous for 8 years, I was prepared to feel jealous. But what I wasn’t prepared for?… Read More »5 Imbalances Newly Polyamorous Couples Face and What to Do About Them
When you first start dating someone, everything is new and exciting. And then after a while, even a great relationship has a way of becoming routine.… Read More »7 Ways to Keep Love Alive and Make an Old Relationship Feel New
When polyamory is good, it’s very good indeed. And when it’s not? When it’s bad, it’s horrid. Whether you’re polyamorous, monogamous, or somewhere in between,… Read More »9 Red Flags in Polyamorous Relationships
In an earlier post, “Altruism Is Freaking Dead Sexy, Giving Is Hot,” I discussed a recent research study which suggested that a giving nature could predispose… Read More »Does Sleeping Around Make You More Empathetic?
“Love may have to be left off the exam. Most of us will never learn.” –Robert Fulghum * “Do You Really Love Me?” “Do you… Read More »Find the House, Not the Address: Love, Testing, and Trust