, and B) we’d have to prohibit ourselves from loving anyone else? Easy: because I’ve yet to meet a guy I’m in love with who wouldn’t mind me getting my ya-ya’s out elsewhere.
When I consider the guys I’ve loved, and the guys with whom I’ve been . It’s easy to be “in a relationship” with a-guy-I-wouldn’t-take-home-to-mother and still have other partners on the side. If I’m going to share space, I want it to be with someone I love.
I figure, the more guys, the greater the odds of finding something to hang on to.
And in the meantime there’s a party in my pants and everyone’s invited!
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But when I think about the monogamy-of-it-all—oiy, talk about frustration and disappointment.
I’ve been in relationships with some awesome guys, some of whom I’m still close to today.
So I date/hookup online (mostly) and never promise any long-term relationships.
What nagged me (sometimes haunted me) was this: was it impossible for me to love someone, too?
Is that what my personal opposition to monogamy was all about?
Meet Men for Gay Polyamory Dating Now I refuse to believe it.
And what I don’t believe is that we’re destined to love only one partner.
How can it even be possible that either A) there’s only one true-love “out there” for us?