Using the rising curiosity about polyamory along with other kinds of non-monogamy, our community has an original platform from where to talk also to perhaps transform life.
But thereâ€™s also a little bit of a challenge. In my experiences aided by the polyamorous community, We have encountered hardly any that strikes me personally as ethical.
And Iâ€™m not by yourself in this.
Iâ€™ve known individuals and seen articles about those who are therefore sick and tired of the possible lack of ethics in non-monogamy which they not any longer recognize along with it â€“ and Iâ€™m lured to be one of those.
The practice of it seems to be more of a burden than a blessing when it comes to certain marginalized people, as pointed out by the article linked above for a community that prides itself on offering healthier solutions regardless of relationship orientation.
There are many profoundly ingrained fables about non-monogamy that truly exclude many individuals with diverse experiences â€“ particularly those of us that have intersecting marginalized identities (minorities of minorities, when I want to call myself).