Without the background of assumptions, the same questions and statements sound quite ridiculous.
The first assumption to address is monogamy… which kind of monogamy is meant?
I look forward to seeing myself once I emerge out of the cocoon and spread my newly formed wings.
When I was a teenager, I wanted to live, love and be loved.
Never in my dreams did I imagine it could be this good.
I’ve eaten so hot that for the rest of the evening my lips were themselves so spicy that my partner couldn’t kiss me without pain.
If a child is in poverty, lacks health care, clothes, or food, that child should get assistance regardless of the status of the child’s parents.
A feature film about true love, second chances & how you can always start again, but you never live the same moment twice.
The polyamorous possibility is real. […] just because it exists doesn’t mean it’s going to happen and even if it does happen, it is no reason to treat someone badly – especially someone you love.
Just the very knowledge of that one word started me on a journey of self-discovery and realization that I can barely comprehend.
it became clear that no matter how it is written or presented, what really matters is how it is implemented
I seem to be put on a pedestal of some kind of ideal that is not me, not what I want to be and also not what I’d like to see idealized.
I have started to realize the parallels in my opinions towards effectively running a business or project and having good relationships. My mental foray in to the possibilities of multiple loves began at about the same time as my opinions changed about business. I went away from strict control and sticking to meticulous advanced planning…