I was doing some research on polyamory on YouTube for an upcoming post, and came across this video by Jordan Peterson: “Why Polyamory Is Bad For You And Society”. I thought I would take some time to respond to this information and how, as a polyamorous person, it affected me.
A guest post from one of our favourite polyamorous people, Matt!
Was I born a polyamorist? That I don’t know. What I do know is that it came relatively naturally to me. I was born a decade after the sexual revolution of the 1960s which meant that I was born into a world at a time where sexual freedom had made its way into the mainstream.
You likely have, or have had a hag if you are a gay man. There is a fine line that separates a female best friend from a hag. For best reference watch any episode of Will and Grace. The bond between gay man and hag is special, however, can become blurry. The following are myContinue reading “10 Signs Your Hag Is in Love with You”
Polyamorous relationships are relatively new on the relationship landscape. While it should be self-evident that polyamorous relationships have always existed in one form or another, the public declaration of such is new. Because of this, there are financial self-protection measures that polyamorous people need to consider before entering into a cohabitating relationship.
Polyamory has popped up in the wildest of places. Now on may say that having it as part of my norm allows me to interpret theme in such a manner. I can see that as a reasonable position. In the same way extreme Christians may see the Virgin Mary’s face in a stack of pancakes,Continue reading “Polyamory in The Walking Dead”
We got a text message from Charles’ landlord stating that the new tenant was hopeful to move in this weekend, a few days shy of the 1st of October. Since Charles has been living 60% here already, a few days earlier for his move in does not shake our plans too wildly. Charles has beenContinue reading “3 Men and a New Plan”