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), I’ve assembled a list of advice, adapted from these lists of advice for dating single parents.
(Warning: Although I’ve tried to make this advice general, I have a primary relationship and a young child, and my list may be biased toward that experience.) 1.
If you're non-monogamous and want to meet people on dating sites, you can face some unique challenges.
Luckily, blogger Kit O'Connell (along with co-blogger Molly Rene) has written a very comprehensive guide on how to utilize OKCupid for poly dating.
There is an underlying assumption of “possession” in many relationships, and what do you “possess? So, some people who practice polyamory, non-monogamy, or relationship anarchy do a lot of work to uncover, understand, and challenge some ideas they’ve just absorbed through their culture.That said, there is a lot to be said for how capitalist and patriarchal ideas worm their way into our minds and hearts and senses of self.Our culture has long liked to treat relationships as economic transactions.As for your question about whether mono guys have the most issue with this, I don’t know if there’s been any research on that, specifically, but it is true that our culture sends very specific messages to men about “possessing” their partners.That doesn’t mean all monogamous men see their partners as property, just that a monogamous man may be more susceptible to that kind of thinking, even in subtle or unconscious ways. Of course, you may just be oriented monogamously, and your inability to feel okay in a polyamorous relationship isn’t an issue of philosophy but rather just of who you are. If talking to your ex is bringing up feelings of guilt and judgment, you’re under no obligation to keep talking to her.