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Old 10-27-2011, 01:29 AM
Lucinda Lucinda is offline
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What are the set of ideologies/ideas that made you pursue polyamory? How do you define polyamory?

Not everybody is poly because of an ideology. Some are poly because it feels natural and normal.

What social and cultural problems have you encountered (how do people react if/when you tell them about your choices)?

Fortunately, I haven't experienced any negative reactions so far. Even people who don't really approve tend to just roll their eyes and move on.

How much is sexuality a part of polyamory?

Sex is as big a part of polyamorous relationships as it is a part of any romantic relationships. Which usually means that it's a pretty big deal, but it's far from the defining quality. The defining quality is love.

Why pursue polyamory despite it being relatively stigmatized in our society?

Because being authentic to who I really am is worth it.
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