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Polyamory is a portmanteau word and to be perfectly accurate a false cognate in that the Greek Polly meaning many and the Latin Amor (Love) are brought together to indicate a sexuality and state of being in which several partners are not only shared, but loved.

It’s a concept that many religions would frown upon, particularly in the western world where fidelity and monogamy are central tenets of a moral structure based on Christian teachings. So like many alternative lifestyles it can be difficult for polyamorous individuals and groups to express their lifestyle and feelings openly. Blogs offer a perfect opportunity for these people to express themselves while maintaining a level of anonymity, without which they would be unwilling to speak openly.

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Recently a Twitter contact and fellow sex blogger was fired from her job for her private life and as she puts it, “Clark Kent” identity on the web.
Yes. Star Wars Porn. May The 4th Be With You.
I think the general attitude in our society regarding other people’s sexuality and lifestyle is: “Of course you can do whatever you want to do, so long as it is something I would do. If not I’ll judge, scorn and marginalize you.”
A good kiss can rock my world. A bad one makes me want to take a shower because I feel like I've been slobbered on by a Saint Bernard.
Cougars aren't your mother's Mrs. Robinson. They're hot, they're out there, and they're raring for some steamy, sexy action.
So ladies, are you going to dress immodestly today and start a massive, global earthquake? In case you don't know, today is the day that women worldwide are urged to bare their boobs, their ankles, and anything else that suits them to start a Boobqu
How can anyone really hold up monogamous, one man one woman relationships as the benchmark by which to measure alternative relationships, like polyamory, swingers, other styles of open relationships and same-sex relationships?
Conservative Christians are hailing a “landmark” study that “finally shows that abstinence-only education works”. This study was done by John Jemmott III, a University of Pennsylvania professor and is titled: Efficacy of a Theory-Based Abstinence-On
AshleyMadison.com, the dating site for married people looking to cheat (do you hear ‘Escape’ [the Pina Colada song] playing in the background? I do.) did a survey of the 1.9 million people who signed-up with them last year to see who cheats the most.
Estimates are that about 20% of couples in the United States practice some sort of consensual non-monogamy, whether it be polyamory, swinging, cuckolding, an occasional threesome or just plain having an open-relationship with permission to date and h
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