Or as Dan Savage calls it, we are “monogamish.” Even that can look really different from relationship to relationship.
One married couple I’m friends with has a couple of girlfriends between them, and they also have their own partners (she has both male and female partners, and he has female partners).
This shift in romantic expectations is an encouraging indication that alternative relationships may just become the […] Quiz: Should You Be in an Open Relationship?
First comes love, then comes marriage then comes…polyamory?
It's tough to suppress that natural "hunter" instinct.
Or maybe you'd like to see or hear how someone else responds to your moves.
Here are five myths about open relationships we need to stop repeating.
I get that it can be hard for a lot of people to understand.
But it works for us, and it’s not as unusual as it seems. An open relationship is a form of non-monogamy, which is an umbrella term for any physical or romantic partnership that is not predicated on exclusivity. In this article I’m focusing on what Adam and I are and do: a committed couple that takes lovers.
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