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    • Laura
    • 11.08.13 | 02:54 (IDT)

    I'm really tired of hearing that monogamous people are miserable. Some are very happy. FYI, you can have what's called an "open relationship" that doesn't involve cheating. Why is it people think it's an automatic that if you want to be with more than 1 person you have to cheat? How about finding a partner that it's OK with them to be with others? How about making the effort to meet the right person to begin with? Loving more than 1 person doesn't automatically mean lying to them. The same with having sex only friendships with others. To just say monogamy is wrong is to demean those who are this way and are happy. There can be monogamy and non-monogamy with happiness. I've done both and neither involved any lying to my partners, etc.

    from the article: Stop blaming Israeli prostitutes; what about the clients?
    First published 16:49 01.08.13 | Last updated 16:49 01.08.13
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