Polyamory married and dating blog
It was later that we discovered there was a term for what we were.
If we need a term, we consider ourselves “poly-fidelitous,” which is what poly’s call those who love more than one person in a long-term, faithful kind of way.
At first she was reticent—but, as she put it, “the opportunity to share with others a glimpse into our life is too good to pass up.” So here’s our interview.
Honestly, the term “polyamorous” wasn’t on our radar when we fell in love.
I asked my new acquaintance if she would be willing to let me interview her about that.
There are various types of multi-partner relationships. Polyamory is 'many loves.' According to Polyamory Society, "polyamory is the non-possessive, honest, responsible and ethical philosophy and practice of loving multiple people simultaneously." There are many myths around polyamory; one being that the relationship is not serious or genuine, given the sexual sharing of partners.
In this post, I plan on covering one in particular. However, polyamory's principle beliefs include, but are not limited to: open communication, choice, gender equality, and honesty. For example, polyamory promotes a diverse range of sexual orientation identities, i.e.
I'd already seen how my cousins, around the same age, who'd been molested by a church member, were seen as forever broken by those events.
Last week, thirty years later, my mom basically told me that she thinks the rape broke me, and turned me into a liberal, critical thinker.