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Couple privilegeFive reasons ‘Couple privilege’ doesn’t exist

By Lola Phoenix: Lola is a non-binary queer future best selling sci-fi/fantasy novelist in her late twenties.

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Non-monogamy, a growing morality

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The impulse to a more relaxed and open sexuality is not merely instinctive, but also moral. We see this (re)emerging morality* in conflict with established customs, like the conflict illustrated in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn when Huck contemplated turning in his friend Jim, an escaped slave. All his life, Huck had learned that it was a sin … Read More

How you love is up to you

The question is not what form the love takes but THAT we love consciously.

Love is not a routine and cannot be reduced to a preconceived idea without killing it.

Prohibition

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Non Monogamous Instinct

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A little slide show examining common views about non-monogamy. The sexual revolution has yet to begin.

 

 

 

 

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Polyamorous Monsters of Imagination

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Polyamory Going Beyond Rules

Because polyamory is about affection not control.

 
 
 
 

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Polyamorous Expectations Dare Letting Go

polyamorous expectationsThe angst often associated with relationships may not be because a damn thing is wrong, but because the events are different than our expectations. Discussiong polyamorous expectations ability to let go of ideals becomes even more important in non-monogamous interactions because of the emotional vulnerability.

We use power defending expectations because we tend to cling to ideas when we feel out of control. When we insist how things … Read More

Interview with a Non-Monogamous Woman

MQuestionQ: You felt it necessary to be anonymous for this interview. I think it says something about our so-called freedom of speech. Why do you feel the need to be anonymous?

M: I live in a small town, and I have children. I’m not sure that I want the judgment of my church-going neighbors to be carried out on my innocent children. Who … Read More