Polyamory dating stories when the music stops dating
Growing up in a chaotic, dysfunctional household, I had a hard time imagining what "happily ever after" was going to look like for me.Not having a specific picture in mind was probably for the best, though.A fellow with a 93% match percentage on Ok Cupid sent me a message last night.It was harmless enough, but my answer clearly upset him.I might not have chosen the path I did and wound up here — in a relationship with three different handsome, bearded men, each of whom brings me a different kind of joy.I met Jairus eight years ago, and I thought I was only looking for new friends.
He was very casual and straightforward and asked me out on a date. We had a good time, so we started seeing each other and sleeping together, and I became mo...(A woman wrote to share with me that, in all ways but legally, she is equally married to both a man and a woman.I asked my new acquaintance if she would be willing to let me interview her about that.If we need a term, we consider ourselves “poly-fidelitous,” which is what poly’s call those who love more than one person in a long-term, faithful kind of way.Some people consider themselves polyamorous because they believe they need and/or want to be in multiple relationships at any given time. We all feel we could be satisfied with just one person.