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redpepper 11-14-2011 10:17 PM

Urban Dictionary- Unicorn Hunters
 
http://www.urbandictionary.com/defin...&defid=4871270

A link that describes all I know about the term. Is there a term for couples who do not fit this term and are looking for a woman that is interested in the possibility of a triad? Or is that term just simply "triad? "

zylya 11-14-2011 11:14 PM

I think that once you get people who are "in-tune" enough with poly that they're looking for a triad but aren't unicorn hunters, then all you're really left with is polyamorists. I'm in a dyad currently and we'd both be interested in a triad, since she's a bisexual female and I'm a straight male, and we're both into threesomes (and other group sex) and would obviously enjoy anyone who was similar. That said, we're not unicorn hunters because our relationship is totally open, it's not the unicorned poly-fi triad with all the classic unicorn hunter conventions. We're basically two people who don't believe in sexual exclusivity but enjoy sharing love with other people. While we would both LIKE a triad, it's not to the exclusion of the myriad other forms of love that are out there.

redpepper 11-15-2011 06:31 AM

zylya, thanks for your refreshing thoughts. I was beginning to be a bit "unicorn hunting" saturated this week on many different levels... :p

zylya 11-15-2011 11:28 AM

I'm not surprised about saturation, there's a lot of it around! Fortunately for me, it's actually a very good "What No To Do" guide if I am ever considering someone to join us as a third person ;)


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