TMI Tuesdays

16 Dec

I don’t often chime in on this very interesting blog but decided to do so today and the topic is polyamory – so let’s answer the questions, shall we?

1. Agree or Disagree. If people want to have more than one spouse they should be allowed to do that.

I agree that it should be allowed since so many people have learned that while being monogamous is the way we’re supposed to be no matter what, it just does not work the way they say it’s supposed to. There are still cultures in the world where multiple spouses is the norm and historical evidence has surfaced that reveal that being polyamorous was the way we used to be… before the rules were put into place.

2. Do you believe in ethical non-monogamy?

I most certainly do and more so when, you’re in a relationship, both people have the responsibility of making their relationship the best it can possibly be and at some point, it becomes apparent and/or obvious that one person trying to do this just ain’t gonna cut it. How does one prevent being cheated on? Remove the conditions under which cheating can happen and it’s true that it’s better to have permission than it is to beg forgiveness or to otherwise trash a relationship that was working well… right up to the moment when needs started being unfulfilled and even ignored. It is true that if you don’t take care of your man/woman, someone else can and will but if you really want to keep them – and be able to have more fulfillment in your life as well, hmm – why not invite others to join you and work toward it being a win/win for everyone? I do think that this works better together and works best with existing couples although anyone can be poly. The question is, “What are you willing to do for you and your partner to be happy with each other and remain together for as long as humanly possible?” Another question is, “Did you really mean it when you said that you’d do anything short of, say, murdering someone, to make and keep me happy?” Sadly, the answers to these two very important questions is usually, “Nothing!” and it’s revealed that you didn’t really mean what you said and now you’re saying, “I love you, but…”

3. Is polyamory something you want?

I actually didn’t want it when it got “pushed” onto me; I believed in the sanctity of monogamy until I learned that monogamy doesn’t provide anyone the things they really need and it doesn’t allow for the fact that things change over time and people find that they do, in fact, need more of something than they already had in order to be happy with the person they’re already with. But once I got into it, oh, hell yeah – we should have done this way before we were kinda forced to do it!

4. Do you wish that your ethical non-monogamy was a societal/cultural norm?

I sure as hell do; it makes more sense than being monogamous and miserable.

5. If you are in or have been in an open sexual relationship, what are the best bits?

Okay, what’s the best bits? It is amazingly liberating to be freed from the chains of monogamy and to know that, by agreement, whoever you’re with is not only just looking after their own ass, they’re looking after yours, too; you get to see that the rules we’ve been made to operate under are flawed beyond belief and that it’s patently ridiculous to expect one person to take care of every need, present or future, that someone might have. Most people think that being non-monogamous is all about the sex and I won’t lie – it is about the sex and it can be amazing beyond belief… but that’s really not all there is to it. We all have that capacity to love more than one person at a time but we are prohibited from being able to express ourselves in this way and I know from experience that when you can openly express yourself in these ways – and your partner is at your side and able to express themselves, too, well, honestly? It’s the most insane thing two people can do but if you do it the right way, you will never, ever want to be monogamous again.

I spent over 20 years being in an open and polyamorous relationship… and it was both the worst thing I ever agreed to and it was also the best thing I’ve ever agreed to. They say that too many cooks spoil the broth and while that can be true, it’s also true that many hands make the work easier so when you can have more than two people trying to get things done – and all involved can learn how to do this – a lot of things that couldn’t be done before can now be made possible. But I have to speak of the not-so-good bits about this and the main thing is that if you think being monogamous is difficult, being poly is even more difficult because it’s a bitch to have to unlearn everything you thought you knew about love, sex, and relationships so that you can learn a very different way to do these things… and a lot of people can’t manage this and a lot of people fail at this because they continue to apply the rules of monogamy to a situation that, by it’s very nature, defies those rules and completely invalidates them as they’re written.

I learned that being open and poly, well, it just doesn’t get any better than that; it is, hands down, the ultimate relationship state even though it’s actually harder than being monogamous… but it’s worth it.


Posted by on 16 December 2020 in Today's Bisexual Thoughts


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8 responses to “TMI Tuesdays

  1. Mrs Fever

    16 December 2020 at 20:45

    Re: #4

    I don’t associate monogamy with misery, but in terms of wishing poly/non-mono was more culturally normative… For me, I just think it would be nice to take my husband AND my boyfriend to a party and introduce them around as such, instead of either having to choose one over the other or completely exclude one because people who know I’m married wouldn’t get the boyfriend bit.

    But I totally agree with you about poly being hard. Making a relationship work between two people is a lot of work; adding people is adding work. Honestly, the emotional labor can be exhausting. And finding compatibility between multiple partners – and navigating everyone’s hangups, fears, and insecurities – is a bitch.

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    • kdaddy23

      16 December 2020 at 21:25

      I know well what you mean. I’d get so tired if the dirty looks and the backhanded, snide remarks and just didn’t care what they said. We didn’t hide our relationship.

      But the hassles of dealing with differing personalities? What a nightmare that can be! And the bad part? I loved every moment of it and the intimacy was unmatched by anything I’ve ever experienced.


  2. porngirl3

    16 December 2020 at 23:53

    That’s something. Interesting. I’m all for it if all parties are happy and willing. I love incorporating extra players in the game. I just don’t know about bringing them in full-time. Like you both said that just seems like so much work.


    Now that I’m becoming more aware of how common ED is in men I’m starting to think marrying one man with ED as my life partner but having a lover as a friend and sexual partner sounds ok to me.

    But being the utterly selfish person I am I just don’t think I can handle my partner with another woman. While strangely I am pretty sure I would have absolutely no problem if he wanted a male lover. As long as everyone is clean and not having unprotected casual sex elsewhere. I spose that all sounds good.

    I’m a willing to try almost anything once kind of person. But this opportunity has never presented itself. Unfortunately. Lol


    • kdaddy23

      17 December 2020 at 00:33

      One of the very important things is getting rid of things like being selfish, jealous, etc.. it’s probably the hardest thing to relearn, too and you need some seriously mad skills to keep everything running smoothly


      • porngirl3

        17 December 2020 at 00:35

        I bet. Honestly it just seems like too much work.


      • kdaddy23

        17 December 2020 at 00:37

        Oh, it really is but still worth it


  3. TMI Tuesday blog

    18 December 2020 at 12:26

    “What are you willing to do for you and your partner to be happy with each other and remain together for as long as humanly possible?”

    This is really the heart of the matter, isn’t it? Well said.

    As a teen I had never heard of polyamory or had full knowledge of multiple spouses yet I thought monogamy was ridiculous as a norm because people change so much over a life time and the spouse may not change with them or change in a way that is still compatible. Does not mean you do not love that spouse any longer but they probably are no longer meeting your needs and the relationship is lacking.

    From all that you have shared it seems that with polyamory you take the good with the bad, nothing is perfect, you have to put some effort in to make things work–Just like anything else in life.

    I love that you clarified, for you, poly is harder than being monogamous because you had to unlearn the ways of monogamy that had been ingrained in you.

    Thank you for sharing your experiences with TMI Tuesday blog. Excellent read.



  4. kdaddy23

    18 December 2020 at 14:42

    I had heard that this was a “hippy” thing back in the 60s and living and loving like this in communes was about as wrong as things got – but it’s quite the shock to the system to find out that it’s a very real thing and those forward thinking hippies knew it.

    It’s not always about not meeting someone needs: It’s also about addressing needs that monogamy doesn’t allow for and at the simplest level of being in love with someone else other than the person you already are in love with. We fall in love, start a relationship, and expect it to just go forward without any deviations… and monogamy does not allow or account for the sheer fact that people do change; we need more of something in our lives and sometimes we need something that our partner isn’t physically capable of providing. We wind up suppressing those needs and desires because we are told that we must always sacrifice ourselves for the sake of the other… and that when those needs are ignored, your choices are to cheat to take care of them or throw the relationship away.

    But what if you didn’t have to do that? And, yes – I learned that it’s harder than being married is… and it really is worth it.

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