Giving my best recap of what straight men might face when it comes to the lifestyle of polyamory.
How do you keep things equal between your partners especially when it comes to introducing them to family?
Telling the difference between a couple of bad dates and polyamory just not being for you can sometimes be difficult.
You're attracted to someone else and wonder if it's a good idea to bring up non-monogamy in your current relationship -- and should you?
Is the drive to go out and get another partner to “balance” things out just childish?
My wife of 19 years and girlfriend for almost eight years before that recently admitted to me that she cheated on me a couple months ago with a long-distance friend of hers who she had gone to visit for two weeks and that they are now in love with each
If you’re not sure if you’re really non-monogamous or not, how do you label yourself on dating sites to make sure you’re not doing something wrong?
It triggers you to open the relationship but it triggers your partner to close it. Is there any way to solve it?
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I am a 32 yo female bisexual who has always leaned more toward women than men. However, I met the man who made me want to have a serious relationship (44 yo male) and grow old with. He also met another female (43 yo female) he was interested in. I