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Follow us to keep up with the project and support the Kickstarter in Spring 2017!THEMEPoly romance is full of adventurous new frontiers.I am grateful that it allowed social perceptions of love and marriage to start to undergo a shift, which makes me have hope that someday all family styles will have rights and benefit and be seen as legitimate. I write my thoughts and experiences for everyone, but especially for those who may be lost and confused about dealing with an “alternative” relationship for the first time.Since I myself hadn’t even known ethical non-monogamy was a until it fell into my lap, I think we need to do a lot more to become visible to the general public. I found it difficult to convince my friends and family, who love and trust me, that I was here of my own free will and that I felt safe and loved and was not being oppressed by my own relationship. It’s tough sometimes, to put personal stories out there for public scrutiny (even anonymously), but it was the personal stories of others that really helped me, so I am grateful for your support and encouragement.You may decide that a relationship with this person isn’t working for you because of their current family planning situation and the way they communicate about it. Could you possibly give me information on how a relationship between 4 people like living in the same house and sharing a bed would be like?First off, awesome job reaching out to do interviews and research for your writing - too many writers rely on assumptions and stereotypes to write about any minority population, and it’s bad for everyone.) is the public’s perceived connection to polygamy, and the main reason that’s a bad thing is because it is indeed “associated with extreme wings of certain religious perspectives and often conjures images of child brides and rampant sexual abuse or inequality” in the public consciousness.That’s what I’ve run into, even coming out about my relationship to my liberal-minded friends. They got it, eventually, but that was still the first thought they had.
But if not - or, even if they are willing, they aren’t able to give you what you need - leave the relationship. Your feelings are your feelings, and you get to have them. Tell them what makes you feel concerned: “If you’re planning to get pregnant, I feel like I should be included in the conversation about that decision. ” Hopefully that conversation goes well and you two can take a more collaborative position on this.Contributors cede to Open Road Anthology exclusive first worldwide rights to your work for one calendar year from the date of publication, and non-exclusive worldwide reprint and digital rights in perpetuity.All intellectual property, trademarks, and non-publishing licensing rights remain with the creators. Heck, I’d pay for the option to convert to a primary blog if it were available (hey Tumblr staff, listen up! It’s the same stuff, but with a primary tumblr account so I can do more things (like reply to asks! Please follow my new account and send all asks and messages there instead of here. This is starting to feel really restrictive, as I can’t follow anyone back from here (and I’m not “out” as polyamorous on my primary blog, so I can’t follow/reblog poly blogs from there either), and a few people have sent me messages where I’m not sure if it would be appropriate to reply in public. Or is the only solution starting a new primary blog from scratch, with 0 posts, 0 followers, and 0 reblogs?