Monthly Archives: December 2012

Do’s and Don’ts for Relationships

A few weeks ago I read Solo Poly’s blog on the Do’s and Don’ts for non-primary relationships. Poly Weekly also did an episode¬†about the post. It was very well put together, and a great read. I passed the link to … Continue reading

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Jealousy for Time

When I tell people about polyamory, they often have concerns about jealousy, which they may or may not voice. However, when I tell them that time with my boyfriend is limited, not specifically due to his being busy, but mainly … Continue reading

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Talking about Sex

I love talking about sex. No matter what the situation is…I’ll probably come up with some way to turn the conversation to sex, and sometime I really have to filter myself to avoid talking about sex! Sometimes, this leads guys … Continue reading

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Meeting the Family

The day I met my boyfriend’s poly family was the most amazing experience! When I got to the door, my boyfriend opened the door immediately, and said, “I don’t think introductions are really necessary,” since he had told me so … Continue reading

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Safe Sex

I just read an excellent article about polyamory. The article discusses how every poly relationship is different, and how polyamorists come out to their friends, but generally not to the world. People who identify as polyamorous¬†get it, but the whole … Continue reading

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Talking about Polyamory

Many people dream of having an abundance of love and sex and friendship. Some believe that such a life is impossible and settle for less than they want, feeling always a little lonely, a little frustrated. Others try to achieve … Continue reading

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Polyamory and Marriage

From my observation, most people seem to be at least vaguely familiar with the idea of open relationships, but whenever I mention open marriages, they think that’s an abomination. They’ve heard of open relationships, usually within a more casual context, … Continue reading

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