In an article about Polyamory as the new sexual revolution, the Scientific American suggests that polyamorous behaviors will make your monogamous relation better.
Inhalte / Contents
- 1 Communication about feelings as enrichment
- 2 Jealousy less problematic or even absent
- 3 Better protection against AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases
- 4 Maybe picking up some of these polyamorous behaviors will make your monogamous relation better
- 5 Polyamory and Science
- 6 Other articles about polyamory
- 7 More information about Polyamory
- 8 Please feel free to send your suggestions, they are welcome
- 9 Would you like to be a Guest Author?
Communication about feelings as enrichment
The polyamorous behaviors worth adopting begin with intense communication about feelings. While many monogamous people imagine this to be very exhausting, research shows that not only in polyamorous relationships but also in monogamous relationships, intense communication is an important means of keeping the relationship alive. The contact to the other person becomes more intense because one experiences the interest of the other person more intensively.
Jealousy less problematic or even absent
Since polyamorous people experience communication about feelings as enriching, conversations about dealing with jealousy are less problematic for them than for monogamous people. Above all, however, jealousy occurs less often in a poly relationship, since polyamorous people from the outset see relationships and sex with others as something positive.
Better protection against AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases
Also in the field of sexually responsible behavior in the context of protection against AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases monogamous people can learn something from polyamorous people.
As polyamorous people, from the outset, plan for the possibility of sexual contacts with others, they are usually prepared and think of the protection when necessary.
Many monogamous people show a far more risky behavior during sex with partners outside their relationship. The assumption of the scientists is that here a psychological self-deception takes place. Just because these people see themselves as monogamous, they do not prepare themselves for sex with others, either mentally, or by constantly carrying condoms.
Maybe picking up some of these polyamorous behaviors will make your monogamous relation better
If the above summary got you curious, I suggest reading the full article at Scientific American.
Polyamory and Science
Other articles about polyamory
This article series is part of the article series about Polyamory, where you will find all articles on this topic. They are subdivided into various sub-areas, for example:
You can find articles here that I have found all over the world, some in German and even more often in English.
More information about Polyamory
In the section "What is Polyamory" you will find information about what Polyamory is, how Polyamory works, where you can meet other polyamorous people, as well as other topics, for example (all coming soon, translation is in progress):
- Prejudices about Polyamory describes common prejudices about Polyamory and presents you with the scientifically documented reality
- Polyamory Events and Meetings
- Polyamory dating websites
- Polyamory Science with results from research about Polyamory
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