Can women do the same

ColorSplash ColorSplash
In the whole aspect of it all you never see a woman do the same with men.. is she allowed too or is it only the man?
03/11/2011
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Lucidity Lucidity
Quote:
Originally posted by ColorSplash
In the whole aspect of it all you never see a woman do the same with men.. is she allowed too or is it only the man?
Allowed? Of course a women is allowed to be in a poly relationship with two men, and it's probably not as uncommon as you think.
03/12/2011
ColorSplash ColorSplash
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Originally posted by Lucidity
Allowed? Of course a women is allowed to be in a poly relationship with two men, and it's probably not as uncommon as you think.
Ohh wow, I think thats fair then. But what about if the woman is married to the man and hes a polygamist with other wives.. can she wonder off too and get herself a husband or is she bounded to him?
03/12/2011
LikeSunshineDust LikeSunshineDust
Quote:
Originally posted by ColorSplash
Ohh wow, I think thats fair then. But what about if the woman is married to the man and hes a polygamist with other wives.. can she wonder off too and get herself a husband or is she bounded to him?
If she wants to and they agree on it. It's impossible to make a blanket statement about this.
03/12/2011
Lucidity Lucidity
Quote:
Originally posted by ColorSplash
Ohh wow, I think thats fair then. But what about if the woman is married to the man and hes a polygamist with other wives.. can she wonder off too and get herself a husband or is she bounded to him?
Polygamy is different than polyamory you should go look up the two words.

And it would have to do with the people involved. If she just "wondered off and got herself a husband" that would be cheating, same as if he just "wondered off and got himself a wife." If all involved parties agreed to be poly, that's their deal.

As far as legality goes in being actually married to more than one person, I believe that is illegal in the United States, but not in other countries. That doesn't make it wrong, and people still commit to healthy poly relationships of all shapes, just not like, signed-document marriages (not that that matters anyway).
03/12/2011
Sex'и'Violence Sex'и'Violence
Most definitely allowed. lol
05/16/2011
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by ColorSplash
In the whole aspect of it all you never see a woman do the same with men.. is she allowed too or is it only the man?
Gawd I hope so because if not my guys will be pissed....I have two male partners. The great thing about Polyliving is it's totally equal opportunity.
We have the same problems and issues as MFF triplings but it's all totally "legit" so to speak.

I know of threesomes who are completely poly in that they are all three intimate and involved and they can be FFF, MMM, MFF,or MMF. In our case we share some interesting sexual desires that sometimes intersect but Sigel and Arch are not interested in each other sexually...just me. Am I lucky or what?

The guys are very good friends and are working on becoming even better partners working together to the benefit of our children that we all co-parent. We have two daughters and a son.

Sigel is also a bit of a player and will occassionally take on a playmate or even something a bit more permanent though he has stated he has no interest in a full poly relationship ourside the one he shares with Arch and I. I stick with the guys I have though I have on occassion joined Sigel and his playmate, generally I simply get to know them. I am not especially bi-sexual but I do like to watch my man 'in action'. Arch is uninterested at this point in looking outside our arrangement though he admits that when we are all living at least closer if not in the same household he may change his mind. The guys do like to go 'girl watching' and share similar tastes in women. For now it works and we are working to build a firm foundation before inviting anyone else into the mix.

We are very family centric right now as our son is only 15 months old. We protect our kids above all else and carefully screen ANYONE who may come into contact with them. You know like all good parents.
05/17/2011
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
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Originally posted by ColorSplash
Ohh wow, I think thats fair then. But what about if the woman is married to the man and hes a polygamist with other wives.. can she wonder off too and get herself a husband or is she bounded to him?
If it is a religious expression of polygyny then, generally, no she is not permitted to seek other mates. If, however, the couple are poly then sure she is as long as she abides by the boundaries discussed and accepted by all the members of the group.
05/17/2011
Pixel Pixel
*laughs* It better be! I have a male and a female lover right now, but wouldn't be against tossing another male partner into the mix.
05/17/2011
MandaB MandaB
For the first year or so of our poly relationship, I was the one with a boyfriend while my husband was still looking himself. I had a few other partners here and there. Hubby finally met a lovely lady and is now dating her. I'm super happy for him.

So yes, it's certainly allowed.
05/18/2011
CoffeeCup CoffeeCup
Never?! Haha! I have four boys right now!
07/22/2011
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
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Originally posted by CoffeeCup
Never?! Haha! I have four boys right now!
Busy busy! Sounds amazing.
07/28/2011
emiliaa emiliaa
Bizarre question. WTF.

Well, point being I think that polyamory should be open for all genders and sexualities. For example, if a girl wants to date a girl and a guy, that's fine. If she wants to date two girls and three guys, that's also fine. And one of those guys could just as easily date three girls and two guys. Whoever they fall in love with. LOL. That's how I feel about my relationship anyway! Even though it's just me and him right now.~_~
08/04/2011
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