Couples can fall into a polyamorous lifestyle in a few different ways. Some decide they want to search for a third member of their relationship, whereas others simply fall into the polyamorous community and find it works out better for them. A common misconception of polyamory — the word for having multiple romantic partners — is that it's all about people wanting to have their cake and eat it too. This may be the case for those who go "unicorn hunting," but others in successful polyamorous relationships don't see it that way. As is the case with all sorts of relationships, there are many misconceptions about polyamory.
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Multiple Lovers, Without Jealousy - The Atlantic
When I met Jonica Hunter, Sarah Taub, and Michael Rios on a typical weekday afternoon in their tidy duplex in Northern Virginia, a very small part of me worried they might try to convert me. Or rather, Jonica and Michael are. And Sarah and Michael are. And so are Sarah and whomever she happens to bring home some weekends.
Multiple Lovers, Without Jealousy
We regularly hear stories about men cheating on their partners but we don't often hear about women who are unfaithful. According to Nadia Bokody, the Sydney-based editor of She Said , research shows more women are cheating than ever before, with numbers having risen by 40 per cent. To say he was neglectful, verbally abusive and unromantic, but he was the opposite of all of these things. The truth is, I cheated simply because I could,' she wrote. Now Ms Bokody has revealed a number of reasons why other women have chosen to cheat.
Discover more of our picks here. Her partner, Curtis Pritchard, is cornered and she knows it. He had been kissing other girls behind her back. Pritchard shrinks into his seat as Hart eloquently and calmly lists the issues with their relationship, starting with how he could possibly have romantic feelings for two people at the same time, how she needed him, and how he had let her down. Hart was operating under the assumption that a romantic relationship involves two people only, and that Pritchard was breaking the rules.