Tag Archives: Non-Monogamy

Come to the Dark Side…We have Cookies

I’ve immersed myself in polyamory in the past year. I’ve been an advocate for non-traditional relationships. We shouldn’t have the expectation to find that one person who meets all of your needs. But I did. We have more in common … Continue reading

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The Poly Closet

Most poly people, it seems, are mostly hiding in the poly closet. I went to one poly meetup, and almost everyone said they were almost completely closeted. I try to be out whenever possible. I don’t necessarily give all the … Continue reading

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Queer

I’ve noticed a lot of blogs lately talking about how poly people identifying as “queer” is wrong, and that they should not equate themselves with the LGBT community, since LGBT people have suffered so much more than poly people ever … Continue reading

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User Manual

Minx advocates it so much on Poly Weekly, and since I’ve begun to actually date new people as a solo poly, I figured I should probably get around to writing my user manual, so here goes. This is a living … Continue reading

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Autonomy and Other Things

I am solo poly. I’ve always been very independent, and generally never fantasized a whole lot about marriage. When falling for guys, I have fantasized about going up the relationship escalator, though when not caught up in the amazingness of … Continue reading

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Poly in the Media

There has been so much poly in the media lately, I thought I’d clump them into a post here. It’s great that poly is getting so much attention from mainstream news sources! Here are a list of links to places … Continue reading

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Less Jealous, and Equally Satisfied

A study I recently heard about doesn’t surprise me one bit, though may be an interesting perspective for monogamous people. Is monogamy better than non-monogamy? It is currently the only culturally accepted relationship structure, however, it is difficult to justify. A … Continue reading

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