Today's topic: Polyfidelity
Polyfidelity is a term for polyamorous relationship with multiple people that are closed. This means that a group of 3 or more will decide to be in a closed relationships where they all agree not to date or have sex outside of that relationship.
Threesomes are probably not as common in polyamory as you think but that doesn't mean they can't be an awesome part of your sex life. What kinds of agreements do you need to make beforehand? Who should be involved in those decision? How can you ensure that all three people feel respected?
Coming Out as polyamorous can be a daunting task but if you feel like you can do it safely, it can be a great benefit, not only to yourself but to all non-monogamous people. This video talks about some ways to tell if it is safe for you to come out and also gives some tips about the best ways to talk to people about your relationships.
Today's topic: Hierarchy
In polyamory, some people choose to designate someone as their "primary" partner and other people as their "secondary" partners. Most people do this to try and feel safe in their relationships but it can also be a very harmful thing. If these labels are used to describe your relationships it can be helpful (descriptive hierarchy) but when hierarchy is used to control your relationships (prescriptive hierarchy) it can be very destructive in the long run.
Today's topic: Polyamorous Relationship Shapes
When you have more the two people in a relationship it can be complicated to explain how all the people involved relate to each other...
Today's topic: One-Gender Poly (aka One Penis Policy/One Vagina Policy)
One-Gender Poly is a term to describe a polyamorous relationshp where the members of a couple are only allowed to date one gender and not the other. (Typically this is a...
Jase attempts to explain topics and answer questions about polyamory in just 60 seconds.
Today's topic: NRE (New Relationship Energy)
NRE is a term to describe the extra excitement and rush of positive hormones that happen during the first few months of a new relationship.