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“Monogamy”

More on the myth of monogamy

Estimates are that about 20% of couples in the United States practice some sort of consensual non-monogamy, whether it be polyamory, swinging, cuckolding, an occasional threesome or just plain having an open-relationship with permission to date and have sex with other people in one manner or another.

Tiger, just shut up

Tiger woods delivered his public apology today.  It was nice.  It was sincere.  But it was stupid that he even had to do it. Tiger hasn’t done anything at least half of his fans haven’t done, are doing or will do.  He hasn’t done anything that at least half of America hasn’t done, are doing […]

The Cake Analogy of Open Relationships

Lucretia MacEvil and I have a good friend that although isn’t in a open relationship has been to several swinger parties over the years with us.  After the first party she went to she commented: “Swinging is like the icing on the cake of marriage.  But if the cake underneath doesn’t have all the ingredients […]

The most conservative people buy the most porn. Who knew?

A Harvard study has found that the reddest state in the nation, the state that many consider to be the most conservative, and one that constantly reminds everyone of it’s “family values” (like no one else has any but them) is also the largest consumer of subscription online pornography in the nation.  That’s right: Utah. […]

Swinging from a non-swinger's prespective

For reasons of being lazy and too tired to write more tonight, I’m going to repost here a response to a blog entry on swingers titled “Swingers… Why?” that I added a comment to earlier. It’s a well-written article by a someone in a monogamous relationship looking at non-monogamous relationships. I think the author’s response […]