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Old 04-11-2012, 06:30 PM
InfinitePossibility InfinitePossibility is offline
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Default Aren't we all polyamorous?

I have been thinking about this for a while and discussing it a bit with friends.

Maybe I'm looking at this too logically/from an odd perspective/just misunderstanding through lack of experience but I keep thinking that really, almost everybody must be poly.

My thought process is this:

Assuming loving, committed relationships can exist without sex being involved.

Assuming most people are involved in more than one relationship like that for most of their lives - I don't know many people who aren't.

Then, doesn't that make us all (or almost all) poly? Including people who are currently sexually monogamous and have no plans to change that?

This has been going round in my head for a while and I thought I'd ask what you guys thought.

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