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Old 06-23-2011, 06:07 PM
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Originally Posted by serialmonogamist View Post
Do you consider a person's behavior polyamorous if they just experience platonic love with multiple people? Do you think it's polyamory when people channel feelings of attraction into non-sexual interactions such a friendships and positive conversation?
to answer these two questions from my perspective; yes, I do consider non-sexual love poly. Asexual people can be poly too and for whatever reason anyone else who does not wish, or doesn't have the ability or it just isn't in the cards right now can have poly relatiionships. I myself have a boyfriend I don't have sex with. Its just not an option right now. I love him as I do my other partners; he is more than just a friend. That feeling I get with friends and the work we put into our relationship is more than that of any of my friendships.
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