Polyamory

Polyamorous relationships consist of individuals of multi-partner relationships and families. Leon offers an insight through his journey in finding polyamory as the means to creating intimate, valuable relationships with multiple people. Through his journey and explanation, Leon debunks myths and presents the values of polyamory.

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Polyamory and emotional literacy

Kel Walters is a junior at UT Arlington studying political science and psychology with a minor in Arabic. She has been involved in local politics from a very early age, including frequently serving as an election judge. She also writes the column Real Talk for a student run webzine called BackRow Mag. She has been involved in the polyamorous community for several years, helping others build and maintain their relationships.

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8 signs polyamory is for you

Do you wonder what it is like to be in a polyamorous relationship? Do you currently have an romantic interest in two or more people or thinking of getting into polyamorous dating? Well, congrats! You're not alone. Polyamory has come to be an umbrella term for various forms of non-monogamous, multi-partner relationships, or non-exclusive sexual or romantic relationships. If you're wonder if you're a polyamorous, then this video might be for you.

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How consensual non-monogamy works for us | asking for a friend

“I have two partners and my older partner actually lives up the street from us. When we're talking about parenting, especially is a huge benefit.”

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Dan Savage: why monogamy is ridiculous

“The idea that one instance of infidelity should ruin a relationship is a new—and misguided—notion.”

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