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Old 03-14-2010, 11:27 PM
Jessie Jessie is offline
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Default Thanks GS!

Thanks for your help and openness!

The primary polyamorous relationship in my novel is a man with two women. He (Tom) and one of the women (Julie) are totally immersed in the polyamorous lifestyle and philosophy while the second woman (Peggy) is younger and new to the concept. Julie is also bisexual and is involved with a third woman (Betsy). Betsy is exclusively lesbian but her love for Julie is not threatened by Tom. Tom encourages the relationship between Julie and Betsy and his love for Julie and Peggy are not threatened by it in any way.

This dynamic has the potential to work out well for all but I am wondering what might be the pitfalls of such relationships. Does this scenario sound realistic? What is your opinion?

Thanks bunches! I have more questions but this will do for starters.

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