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Forget the emotional baggage/problems as you will run into those people wherever you go – nightclub, pub, supermarket – wherever.It seems like you are going to do it with your friend, does that mean you have all these things?It’s not just ‘I’m having sex with 15 people’ it’s ‘I’m having a relationship with two people - full time.’Eliot, who organised tonight, says he hopes poly people will increasingly go straight into relationships on their terms, rather than messing their way through monogamy first.“I didn’t get into it the clean way, I got into it the dirty way,” he says - referring to cheating on past partners.“That’s history now but I did hurt people and I’m not proud of that.“I think what we are trying to change about the world is to make clear the option so that when people start having relationships they understand that there is the opportunity to start out poly rather than be trapped in the monogamous narrative and be uncomfortable and be wanting to have more relationships,” he told “There will probably come a time when the polyamorous narrative will threaten the monogamous one where people will be like ‘I just want to have my one partner and be happy with them, why do I need more? But if you aren’t diving straight into poly, how do you have the conversation with your current partner?“One of the first things to do is have lots of conversations about it.Laura admits polyamory can be a scheduling nightmare.“It’s a disaster for time management unless you’re organised. As with all things you have to be honest with both yourself and the people you are with,” she says.“Jealousy tends to come from insecurity within yourself.So when you know that your relationship is only between the two of you and not really affected by the fact that there’s another relationship going on it’s easier to cope with someone dating someone else.”Laura says opening her relationship was not about sleeping around.“It’s a commitment.
I'd rather see it as a dating exercise to improve your skills and see what is out there. invited free of charge) to ensure that there were equal numbers of guys and girls; or (ii) merely there to support a friend (implying that they might even not been single themselves).As Alcoholics Anonymous wraps up in a community hall in inner-city Sydney, a nervy gaggle of people wait to crack on with the next event: polyamorous speed dating.“Poly speed dating is where we get 32 poly people in a room and we get them to each meet as many people as possible and see if they like them,” says Eliot, the 25 year old organiser.Polyamory is based on the idea that you can be in love with more than one person.Does anyone here have any experiences with speed dating? I have a couple of friends that did it a few times and they had a good time.Don't try and picture how it will be or how the people are, just do it then you will know for sure.