For people who like more than one…but don't want to lie or cheat
Skip ! Story from Dating Advice. Ethical non-monogamy is on the rise.
Even more were open to some form of non-monogamy. As polyamory is seen more and more in pop culture — polyamorous characters have popped up everywhere from Broad City to Steven Universe — it makes sense that many people are interested in exploring non-monogamy. First, let's be clear what we're talking about.
Polyamory is typically defined as being in multiple romantic relationships at the same time, with everyone knowing and consenting. In other words, ethical non-monogamy is anything outside of a monogamous relationship, with everyone involved knowing and consenting. That's where the "ethical" part comes in.
Both polyamory and ethical non-monogamy are adjustable to what you and your partner want — the most important thing is to talk about it. In recent years, some mainstream dating apps have made tweaks to be more welcoming to polyamorous couples. Other apps, such as Feeldhave been developed with non-monogamy in mind.
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