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Old 01-30-2014, 02:25 AM
monkeystyle monkeystyle is offline
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Originally Posted by nycindie View Post
I don't see polyamory as something people are. I see it as something they do, live, practice, or desire to do, live, and practice. I think anyone asking themselves whether they're poly is a bit off the mark. It's like contemplating your belly-button. I think it's better to ask yourself if you are happy and fulfilled in your current relationship, what kind of relationships you want, and how to create what you want in your life. Much more practical that way.
Completely agreed. One could apply that same statement to virtually any movement, practice, etc. I suppose human beings need to compartmentalize themselves for reasons of validation and self-direction, but that seems more problematic than helpful in the end.
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