What's your "brand" of polyamory?

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What's your "brand" of polyamory?

envyoddball envyoddball
I know that's a weird question but I think there are definitely different types of polyamorous relationships, different "levels," different "brands"? I don't know exactly how to put it. But I think it would be interesting to see what kind of dynamics are in different relationships. (For ex., currently I am feeling very monogamous because of a sour patch in some past poly stuff, but in polyamory I had one "main" partner with one "secondary" partner, living totally separately without the partners interacting with each other much.) I also haven't had a lot of experience myself, so I'm just interested in seeing opinions of other poly people who may have had more.
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Originally posted by envyoddball
I know that's a weird question but I think there are definitely different types of polyamorous relationships, different "levels," different "brands"? I don't know exactly how to put it. But I think it would be interesting ...
Not sure where this fits. I am a married female (married to a male). We share a girlfriend. She does not live with us, but we are currently exclusive as a triad. We 'swing' but only as a triad, but are on hiatus with that for now...because oddly enough, some jealousy issues cropped up between the hubby and girlfriend when they were both sleeping with others (not me). It is a work in progress.
Feb 7, 3:39 pm
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