Originally Posted by opalescent
I suggest rewording the first list point to something more diplomatic, more positive wording than, to my mind, the strong negatives of ownership and control. It may help you keep your audience in a more open state of mind.
Yes, I think that is a good idea. It's not the best wording. It's hard to put my finger on how to say it without sounding
judgemental and negative.
I guess some history of monogamy might be helpful and of non-monogamy....
Not all monogamous people operate according to the list I posted. It is a list I came up with from being on here and reading peoples stories. I realize that mono people can and do operate from other perspectives also, and that poly people operate from different perspectives... I am thinking along the lines of what common philosophies can poly and mono people come together and create healthy and happy relationships... I am hoping that I figure out at least one. lol