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Old 04-24-2013, 12:51 AM
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Originally Posted by BoringGuy View Post
If i have to teach someone all those things, i'm probably better off without them. If i wanted to do that for someone, i would have had a kid.
I agree. I just cannot imagine getting into a relationship and discussing a bill of rights, or signing agreements on a dotted line. But all my relationships are one-on-one, so maybe that's why I don't see a need for all this. Sometimes I think polyfolk overthink things, but I guess it depends on configuration and what people want out of it. I would not likely see myself getting involved with a man who is part of a couple that is very... couple-centric. You know, the Holy Dyad - not for me. I just wonder how I'd react if a poly guy I wanted to date presented a thing like this to me.
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