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Half a man beats none
In Russia and Mongolia, women don't shy away from polygamy
Investigation into the socio-economic motivations behind the movement to legalize polygamy. There are fewer men than women in Russia and Mongolia due to economic migration and alcoholism. Both urban a...
A blanket term covering several different types of interpersonal relationships in which some or all participants have multiple marital, sexual, and/or romantic partners.
Open marriage typically refers to a marriage in which the partners agree that each may engage in extramarital sexual relationships, without this being regarded as infidelity.
Polyamory and Polygamy: Is the Media Right?
There are a few of repeated themes emerging in many of the articles railing against polyamorous marriage.
A form of polyamorous group marriage wherein all members consider each other to be primary partners and agree to be sexual only with other members of this group.
In human sexual behavior, promiscuity denotes sex with relatively many partners. In polygamy it is distinguished from promiscuity.
Swinging or partner swapping (sometimes referred to as the swinging lifestyle or simply the lifestyle) is a non-monogamous behaviour, in which partners in a committed relationship agree, as a couple, ...
Think the Left Won the Culture War? Think Again
With the recent AshleyMadison leak and Gawker.com's notorious naming and shaming of an obscure, married publishing executive, deBoer questions who really won in this culture war.
When Will the Media Really Get Polyamory?
Trask, Robyn L
Why do the media so often miss the mark when they write articles or do a feature on polyamory? Why do so many approach the subject with a ready-made idea of what they are looking for?
The Mistress Condition
A look at some [American] women who live outside of conventional marriage.
A New Life Style for Couples
O'Neill, Nena & George
The authors propose open marriage as a way to help couples realize that there can be both relatedness and freedom in marriage, and that freedom, with the growth and responsibility it entails, can be t...
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