I was wondering how many people would be in a polyamorous relationship where there are 2 girls and 2 guys and it's not only accepted but encouraged for the 4 of you to swap partners and be sexually active together
- I would try it10% (2)30% (10)22% (12)Vote
- I wouldn't try it90% (19)70% (23)78% (42)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
Poly is an umbrella term for anything not monogamous and it comes in a variety of flavours. I'm in a poly relationship. I have my primary partner, my baby girl in a d/s relationship and a friends with benefits who I'm waiting for a reply right now if she wants sex or not (with the consent of my primary partner). Our rules are always: first and foremost my primary partner. The rest are basically casual friend with benefits and I have to let the girls know before hand. It's lots of work and communication.0
Most Helpful Girl
So much oh hell no, this.
No, no, and no.
Sry y'all, but, if "polyamorous" is a possibility, then you just don't know what "amorous" even is.
Crazy irrational heartrending aching omg can't-think-about-anything-else fuck-it-bet-it-all love.
You've never had it.
Folks, there's a reason why Romeo and Juliet is Romeo and Juliet, and not Romeo and Juliet and Danny.
There's a reason why, even when there ARE "love triangles", they STILL aren't actually triangular.
There's a reason.
True love -- the kind that makes a whole heartbreaking life of failures worth it, with just one glance -- is strictly between 2 people. And it's intense, and it's scary.
"Polyamory" is one way to hide from that. It's a way to minimize emotional risk, by diversifying a portfolio. In other words, y'all scared. Scared of real love.0