Couples can fall into a polyamorous lifestyle in a few different ways. Some decide they want to search for a third member of their relationship, whereas others simply fall into the polyamorous community and find it works out better for them. A common misconception of polyamory — the word for having multiple romantic partners — is that it's all about people wanting to have their cake and eat it too. As is the case with all sorts of relationships, there are many misconceptions about polyamory. Business Insider spoke to people in polyamorous relationships to find out what it's really like. Many people get jealous in their relationships, whether they like it or not.
I was bored one Wednesday night in college , so I started texting people. And not just any people— boy people, friends with benefits people, I'm-bored-so-you-should-come-over people. Yeah, you know the drill. It was my junior year of undergrad, and I'd been consistently hooking up with two guys at the time.
Is It Actually Dangerous to Sleep with More Than One Person in a Week?
There are some great benefits to having lots of sex. In fact, r esearch has found having 20 or more sexual partners reduces your risk of prostate cancer. But if you're not using a condom? All the benefits go out the window. And by having 20 or more sexual partners, what does that do to how women perceive you?
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