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Shewolfiie69 Shewolfiie69 36-40, F 17 Answers Feb 7, 2013 in Parenting & Family

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I think it's totally ok if all parties agree to it. I have a family member who is openly poly; she and her two hubbies have a really unique and beautiful relationship of cooperation, they are not jealous, they each want to please her and she them. I'm not poly but she amazed me when I got to know her way of life.

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It's not a sickness. I want to be poly.

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Is it a sickness...?<br />
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That would assume that it is either contagious, or some nonfunctional aberration.<br />
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This would assume that there is a limit upon our capacity to love...<br />
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If we can give all of ourselves to our children or our parents, what makes applying this to other adults so different...?

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It's a sickness if you or your partner doesn't like it, in a general sense of the word. Other than that, no, it's perfectly fine between consenting adults.

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You said we would take turns.

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I said no such thing [to a dude].

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I don't see how it could be construed as a sickness and it is accepted in smaller circles, so I think if people speak up and let on that they do it more then it will be accepted on a larger scale.

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Not a sickness! Indeed not!

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I definitely don't think it's a sickness. Not sure if it will ever be accepted, either. Maybe if it became more popular.

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what adults want to do in the privacy of their bedroom is of no ones concern.

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I've never heard it described as a sickness. It's not for me and what I'm looking for, but as long it's an agreed-upon part of the relationship between people, I have no issue with it.

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We don't accept immaturity in other forms..why should we accept it in this form?

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Can homosexuality be cured?

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I doubt it's a "sickness", but I'd never do it.

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