Poly 101

Info for those new to poly and the poly curious
Most of us have a limited number of vacation days, as well as a limited amount of travel funds.
While Corey and I don't watch a lot of television, the two of us enjoy watching movies.
During a group discussion that happened Sunday, one of the people present brought up the following question: "What image do you want to present regarding polyamory/non-monogamy?"  The idea that she gave was to narrate that image in a manner akin to a television commercial.  Several ideas came up from in that discussion. I liked the idea because it allowed the group to come up with ideas on how to describe a poly/open lifestyle without having to tap into the sensationalized subjects (sex and jealousy). This series will explore several of the ideas mentioned in greater detail.  As you read
[caption id="attachment_219" align="alignright" width="250" caption="By Pawel Kryj on stock.XCHNG"]By Pawel Kryj on stock.XCHNG[/caption] This post is directed towards those of you who read through my "7 Questions" series as a way to learn more about polyamory and to determine if it is right for you.  If you decide to cont
[caption id="attachment_28" align="alignright" width="250" caption="By Sanja Gjenero @ stock.XCHNG"]By Sanja Gjenero @ stock.XCHNG[/caption] "Cheaters do at least one honest thing: they acknowledge that one partner can't meet all their needs and that they want to have sex or a relationship with someone other than their current partner. Then they fuck everything up by lying" ~Tristan Taormino, Opening Up If you have followed this series from the beginning, you've hopefully done the following:   There is one more important step that you need to consider:
  • If you're already in a relationship, have you talked to your partner?
  • If you are single, how do you plan on telling your future partner(s)?