Whatever floats your boat.
Make sure that it's OK with everyone at the START of the relationship. I would certainly try it if I knew what I was getting into, but my ex decided to just start pushing it on me after we'd already been married for a year and a half. She constantly picked fights about it, called me selfish for not being comfortable with it, and eventually cheated on me... all of that could have been avoided if she'd just mentioned it right at the beginning.
Theoretically I believe we are all (at least potential) polyamorists.<br />
I have a strong monogamist bent though, due to my insecurities, low opinion of myself, etc.<br />
I want to be strong enough to explore everything and truly learn who I am.
If that's what you need, that's what you need. Like anything, if they want to and it doesn't harm anyone else, who's to say they can't?
I would not be willing to share my woman (or women) with other men so it would be a highly inequitable, sexist, double-standard for me to limit my partner or multiple partners to the pleasure of my ONE penis when I was not restricted from the pleasure of MULTIPLE vagina's.
It's you and me against the world, darlin'...
I think it greatly depends on the people involved. I couldn't do it, I have a jealous bone the size of Texas, and even my roommate trying to raise my daughter irritates me. But for others, it's a perfectly acceptable thing. It's a lifestyle (dare I say it) choice, and if it works for everyone involved, then it works. Trying to to say it's wrong is like telling people they shouldn't spank their children, or they shouldn't let their husbands go to the bar, it's just not anybody else's business but the people involved.
don't engage yourself
wow (when young n crazy) <br />
absurd (when u r actually mature)
my ideal, but not practical because I went and fell in love with a monogamist first
this many loves , sorry no can do i would like to be practising polygymist
Herpes, AIDS, gonorhea, syphillous....... oh wait ..... polyamory, yeah.... fun...
Polyamory is a term that means 'many loves'. It does not imply that people are looking to marry multiple people (nor does it exclude that they may). Those loves may be explored in a variety of relationship styles - from dating, to living together, to raising kids together, group marriages
It's not for me but hey if it works for them cool & I won't judge
might be practical, as far as childcare and cooking is concern.
One word: VD
I think it's great. Why impose limitations on something so beautiful? It's not for everybody, but I'm a fan.
usually the ambition exceeds the reality
and males often do better than females out of it in the long run
I love it.