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We also explore an intriguing relation of polyandry with latitude.
Lisa (a pseudonym), 34, has been with her husband for half of her life, and says being polyamorous has strengthened her marriage.
I have a lot of love to give; I like to dote on people.
Polyamory helps me do that without putting all my needs on my husband.
I don't know why that never occurred to me until we were engaged, but suddenly, I was panicked. The idea of being monogamous meant that kind of thing was over, and that felt so sad for me.
You feel it, you talk about it, you make a plan for how to do better in the future.
Once, my husband had a partner who was just the exact opposite of me, physically, intellectually, even politically. I could just see the way they interacted together; it brought out a totally different side of him. We've been dating for a few years and our connection is mostly sexual.
Their relationship has been almost entirely open, albeit with differing rules and structures as they've figured out the type of setup that works for them. One day we were filling out a sexuality survey in a magazine and one of the questions was "How do you feel about monogamy?
Currently she has four additional partners; two of those relationships are ones she shares with her husband. " Both of us picked "It's an unrealistic expectation." We didn't talk about it just then, but let it simmer for a year until we had an opportunity to have a threesome with a coworker of his, which she and I instigated.