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Secrets of a Sex Writer: A Little Bit Poly

Secrets of a Sex Writer: A Little Bit Poly
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Interesting article. I'm wrestling with some of the same issues related to how much openness in a relationship seems ideal vs. what I think I could manage emotionally or even logistically right now and whether or how the term polyamorous is applicable as a label for what I desire or what I practice. I do think it is possible, in the right circumstances, to have a commited but non-monogomous relationship where the primary relationship is based on a strong friendship in addition to great sex and there can be that "us against the world" positioning that provides such a strong sense of acceptance and support. It's not for everyone though and doesn't seem easy to come by as I have yet to figure out how to make it work in my own life.

07/20/2010

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