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04-Nov-2017 07:25

Technically, my polyamorous relationship is *also* an open relationship because we are not closed to new partners.What makes us poly is that we have (or have the capacity to have) multiple concurrent romantic relationships, like my partner having another girlfriend.Churchofchains is the 100% free gothic and Alternative dating site for those interested in alternative and BDSM dating.We are the new free bondage and kink dating community and lifestyle site for those interested in modern, dark, Punk, Goth, alternative, futuristic and post apocalyptic lifestyle.And I believe you've supported what I stated earlier (ie: that poly-relationships generally do require accountability/boundaries and agreements.

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Accountability is not the same thing as exclusivity. My partner has an additional romantic partner, I have the potential to have one.I'm not certain where you get the impression I was of the opinion non-exclusivity isn't a "relationship." Because it's been quite well established that I think FWBs even constitutes a "relationship." Maybe you misread what I was answering to cautiousluv or I'm mis-reading you because no where did I indicate it's not a "relationship." (And I personally don't know ANY poly-household/relationship in which there are NOT restrictions/rules/accountability factors/etc., etc.So what you and I experience in that regard appear to be polar opposites.It's an open polyamorous relationship (as opposed to polyfidelity, which is a closed relationship of more than two people), but it's polyamorous nonetheless.I don't know about that I only had threesome several times. I meant polyamorous (SEE....confusing)Anyway...after reading what you all said and looking it up on Wikipedia polyamory is more of an EXTENSION of a relationship by allowing bonds to form as additional long term relationships where as in OR...it's more about being in a non-monogamous relationship where it's more of just a sexual relationship with the other people??? I guess it would depend on what kind of OR you have....

Accountability is not the same thing as exclusivity. My partner has an additional romantic partner, I have the potential to have one.

I'm not certain where you get the impression I was of the opinion non-exclusivity isn't a "relationship." Because it's been quite well established that I think FWBs even constitutes a "relationship." Maybe you misread what I was answering to cautiousluv or I'm mis-reading you because no where did I indicate it's not a "relationship." (And I personally don't know ANY poly-household/relationship in which there are NOT restrictions/rules/accountability factors/etc., etc.

So what you and I experience in that regard appear to be polar opposites.

It's an open polyamorous relationship (as opposed to polyfidelity, which is a closed relationship of more than two people), but it's polyamorous nonetheless.

I don't know about that I only had threesome several times. I meant polyamorous (SEE....confusing)Anyway...after reading what you all said and looking it up on Wikipedia polyamory is more of an EXTENSION of a relationship by allowing bonds to form as additional long term relationships where as in OR...it's more about being in a non-monogamous relationship where it's more of just a sexual relationship with the other people??? I guess it would depend on what kind of OR you have....

One of them was my friend and his wife told him she wanted me and he agreed. The first month was great then problems started and ended bad. He moved to different state, Our relationship was mostly sexual, I had sex with both of them.^^^You had sex with both of them....meaning the women AND the man? I'm sure there are people that do form relationships with the other people in open relationships and it's accepted by both people?