Are we moving towards a culture where most people are polyamorous or in available relationships?

Are we moving towards a culture where most people are polyamorous or in available relationships?

Could it be because we don’t like to admit that ‘the one’ is actually ‘the few’?

For John, Katie and Rachel, polyamory means a relationship that is stable simply with an additional individual, and they’re all similarly focused on one another.

Other people have numerous more lovers and their polyamory is more versatile and sometimes not totally all the lovers in a relationship are linked.

Sally, 33, from London, began checking out non-monogamy after her final long-lasting relationship ended year that is last.

After resuming casually dating, she desired to pursue relationships with a number of the social people she came across and it has been polyamorous for 10 months.

She states it hasn’t always been easy that her situation works for her but admits.

‘I’m nevertheless with a few folks from that point, other people I’m not as well as for other people the bond changed so we are nevertheless buddies.

‘It is just recently that I have started to feel just like We have a handle how all of this works and exactly how to handle my relationships. Continue reading “Are we moving towards a culture where most people are polyamorous or in available relationships?”