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In Episode 6 of Sister Wives’ Season 17 released October 16, 2022, Kody and Christine Brown’s daughter Gwendlyn addressed her sexuality in front of the camera. While it wasn’t a surprise to most (Gwendlyn came out on Twitter two years prior and had introduced her girlfriend on social media months before), it was a milestone for the young woman and the family to speak about it publicly.


During the confessional, she clarified her sexual identity.


“I am bisexual. I’m not only attracted to women; I am also attracted to men and people that fall into other gender spectrums,” says the 20-year-old.


On November 30, 2022, Gwendlyn announced her engagement to her girlfriend of seven months. Candid photos shared on Instagram show girlfriend Beatriz Querioz proposing to Gwendlyn in a snowy outdoor location and several photos of the lovebirds sitting on a blanket adorned with red roses and candles.


While the couple is happy celebrating, what does Gwendlyn’s parents think of the whirlwind romance—and Gwendlyn’s sexuality? Since Kody and sister wives Meri, Robyn, and Janelle practice a faith that denounces homosexuality, a stranger to the show might assume that Gwendlyn’s parents and poly family would be against same-sex marriage.


However, with the exception of some of the conservative siblings, the Brown clan supports adults’ rights to choose who they want to marry. While Kody is still a part of the Apostolic United Brethren, Christine revealed early in 2022 that she was no longer a member of the church.


What’s more, Kody and Meri’s daughter Mariah (who has since identified as trans and now goes by the name Leon and they/them pronouns) came out as gay in 2017. Back then, Kody and Meri were stunned and didn’t quite know how to react to their young daughter coming out as LGBTQIA+.


This time around, when another Brown child announced that they were gay, parent Christine was supportive and understanding. Though Kody hasn’t publicly proclaimed his support for Gwendlyn, he has been active in his child Leon’s upcoming wedding—a stark difference from his tolerance-only attitude in previous years.








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Is an ethically polyamorous relationship something you could or should be involved in? Truth be told, it's not the type of relationship that everyone can or should be in, but it works out beautifully for others. In a poll, approximately one third of American adults agreed that non-monogamous relationships were a good idea for them. Compared to Baby Boomers and Gen Xers, the more likely agreeable population were Millennials. In fact, while you were swiping through Bumble or Tinder, you may have noticed more and more people looking for ENM (non-monogamous) relationships. They are on the rise.


But is right for you? How do you find out?


What Is Polyamory?


Polyamorous individuals have multiple intentional, intimate, and loving relationships simultaneously. It's a type of non-monogamous or open relationship that follows precise guidelines.


During the same point in time, people who have numerous romantic relationships are referred to as being involved in polyamory. This doesn’t mean, however, that they are sex partners of a casual nature. Though everyone in the relationship is aware of each other, the relationships are serious, dedicated, and devoted. However, friendships with others are allowed.


Is Polyamory The Right Choice?


Do your research before you talk to your current significant other regarding the introduction of the idea of a polyamorous relationship (if you’re in a relationship right now). Read books, online articles, participate in or join polyamory communities – get to know exactly what you're thinking about and will be proposing to your current or future partner.


Make yourself aware of everything a polyamorous relationship isn't and everything that it is. Make sure you understand that relationship commitment is highly valued and necessary. This isn't just a bunch of people who are "fooling around" with each other.


What About My Current Relationship?


There are both rewards and risks by choosing to open your currently monogamous relationship with your partner. A whole new level of intimacy can be discovered when people are able to be completely truthful and open with/toward each other – which comes as a surprise to some. For many, their already existing dedication and love is deepened through an ENM relationship.


Do not confuse a polyamorous relationship with a polygamous relationship. In a polygamous relationship, a man is married to more than one "sister wife." Polyamorous relationships can involve any number of men and/or women, just women, or just men. Is a polygamist relationship more on your level of thinking?


Is a Polygamous Lifestyle for You? Connect with Like-Minded People at Sister Wives Dating and Matchmaking Service


Many people may be curious about a polygamous or polyamorous lifestyle, but they're afraid to act on their curiosities. Loving relationships are experienced every day in both of these lifestyles. Would you like to find out more about multiple relationships and/or sister wives? Connect with someone who can answer your questions and possibly even introduce you to a new way of life at Sister Wives Dating and Matchmaking Service.


At Sister Wives, we are dedicated to assisting people in becoming a sister wife, or helping them find other polygamists, and connecting them online. Don’t worry, we value the privacy of our members as a highly trusted service. Become more familiar with the Sister Wives and our lifestyle by attending one of our activities and events.


Still not sure about the polygamous lifestyle? Find out what others have to say on our "Blogs".


Through our website, you’ll find fun ways to chat and interact, matchmaking services, detailed profiles, search options, video chat, and more. Sounds intriguing, doesn’t it? Contact us today to find out more.  We have a convenient online form you can send in. We'll be in touch. You can also join through Facebook and follow us on social networks like Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.








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In some relationships, a liberating new chapter can be that of ENM, or ethical non-monogamy. You may hear this type of relationship referred to as a "poly marriage". Depending on the relationship you're talking about – either polyamorous or polygamous – its accuracy is questionable. The use of the term does, however, help people understand the relationship on some level.


The important thing to keep in mind here is this: A traditional "marriage" will not apply to a polyamorous relationship – at least not legally – at least not at present. It involves multiple partners, all of whom are dedicated, willing, and loving toward each other.

 

If, on the other hand, a man is “married” to more than one wife at a time, this is a polygamous relationship and women in the relationship are frequently referred to as "sister wives". You've probably seen something on TV related to this way of life.


For the time being, however, let's explore how to begin a discussion with your current mate regarding poly marriage or an ethical non-monogamy relationship in general.


Entering into Poly Marriage


Before even talking to your partner about a poly marriage, make sure that significant and adequate self-reflection has been done. You don't want to talk to your partner about this unless you are absolutely sure, deep within yourself, that this is a move you want to make.


Opening the Discussion


Into your existing relationship, intimacy and trust can be introduced on new levels as you explore new aspects of yourselves and others. It's important to have compassionate, safe, and productive conversations about this choice.


Make sure your expectations are realistic.


The first conversation should reassure your partner that you care about the relationship and make clear your intentions. You'll need to figure out, together, what's best for the two of you. Make sure you're on the same page and aware of exactly what this kind of relationship will mean.


Timing And Location Is Everything


This isn’t the kind of conversation you're going to have a crowded restaurant or at a party. This is something the two of you need to sit down and discuss. The more private and intimate the setting, the better. This is your business, at least for the time being, and no one else's.


This is going to be an emotional discussion so make sure both of you is up for it on all levels (mentally, physically, etc.).


Detail What You're Hoping For


This is the time when your intentions are outlined and your hopes for the conversation are explained. You're simply proposing the subject here; your partner doesn't have to agree or disagree immediately. Be clear about what you're trying to accomplish with this conversation and what you expect from the changes in the relationship.


Listen


Remember, this is a conversation, so it goes two ways. Don't do all the talking. Make sure you listen intently to whatever your partner has to say.


Needs


Be sure to differentiate between individual needs and the needs of the relationship. Rather than working against each other, work together. Work toward understanding each other's perspectives and needs, and then, with what's appropriate for the relationship in mind, work toward the best decision.


Assistance


You can offer your partner assistance by supplying them with the resources they need to better understand this new way of life. What's more, be sure to give them plenty of time to go over this in their mind and in their heart. Reassure them, that to this relationship – between the two of you – you are still highly committed.


Sister Wives Dating and Matchmaking Service Can Help You Explore Poly Marriage


Not sure about the polygamous lifestyle? Find out what others have to say on our "Blogs".


Sister Wives receives positive clients reviews consistently. Why not become better acquainted with Sister Wives and our lifestyle by attending one of our activities and events?


On our website, you will find a vast selection of options and extras. Contact us today to find out more.  We have a convenient online form that you can send in. You can follow us on social networks like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.









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Traditional dating platforms like Tinder, OkCupid, etc. are where many people looking to date other polyamorous individuals start when they are looking for partners. Whereas, sometimes, this might work out, a better success rate can likely be enjoyed if you search for polyamorous people using other sources and methods.


While the polyamorous lifestyle is not all that unusual or rare, it doesn't always come up in conversation. It's not like asking someone if they’ve read any good books lately. Some people may find it difficult to seek out new people/potential partners who are also steadfast believers in polyamorous relationships.


Here are some tips as to how to introduce yourself to others who want to be involved in a polyamorous relationship.


Online Groups


Yes, there are online polyamory groups for you to check out in an effort to meet other polyamorous individuals. This is a great way to begin your journey. You may also want to look up a list of polyamory events taking place locally.


Note: The Poly Land Discord server is one group that is reportedly a wonderful, supportive, funny, and wholesome bunch of people. You might decide to start there for an online polyamorous group.


Meet Ups


In your area, you may be able to find polyamory meet ups. To find polyamory groups near you, visit Meetup.com and specify polyamory. This offers additional benefits over online dating with social meet ups and discussion groups. You will be introduced to experienced polyamorous individuals, as well as possibly having the opportunity to meet a new mate. You can never have too many friends, and that applies to polyamorous individuals as well as everyone else. Why not meet people who have many of the same interests as you?


Kink


Before we go any further, let us make one thing clear: Just because the "kink scene" is being recommended here for a place to possibly meet other polyamorous individuals, it by no means suggests that all people involved in polyamory are kinky. This is a personal, private choice that is made by individuals from numerous cultures, sexual orientations, etc.


That said, FetLife.com is another place to start looking for perspective polyamorous partners if, indeed, you are into what is referred to as "kink." Specifically designed for "groups," you will find one particular section. Some of these groups meet virtually while others actually meet in real life scenarios. Make sure all the group rules are gone over before you start participating.


Polyamorous relationships differ from polygamist relationships. If you are more interested in polygamy and/or life with sister wives, read on.


Sister Wives Dating and Matchmaking Service Can Help You Find Your Mate


At Sister Wives, we are dedicated to assisting people in becoming a sister wife, or helping them find other polygamists, and connecting them online. We value the privacy of our members as a highly trusted service and we are continuously reviewed favorably by our clients. 


Sister Wives Dating and Matchmaking Service provides detailed profiles, matchmaking services, video chat, search options, fun ways to chat and interact, and more.


Contact us today to find out more. We have a convenient online form that you can send in. Feel free to follow us on social networks like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.


Become more familiar with the Sister Wives and our lifestyle by attending one of our activities and events. Find out what others have to say on our "Blogs".









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Dating is a time for getting to know each other. The question of sex while still dating (before marriage) is one that comes up on a pretty regular basis. It is a personal choice, however, made by consenting adults. Whether you believe in marriage between one man and one woman, two men or two women, a man and several women, or some other combination, the question of dating (and what's involved) can still arise.


But what about polyamorous dating?


What Is Polyamory


Polyamorous individuals have multiple intimate, intentional, and loving relationships at one time. It's a type of non-monogamous or open relationship that follows specific guidelines.


At the same time, people who have multiple romantic relationships are referred to as being involved in polyamory. This does not, however, refer to sex partners of a casual nature. Though everyone in the relationship is aware of everyone else, the relationships are dedicated and devoted. However, friendships and relationships with others is allowed.


Polyamory Classifications


When it comes to polyamory, there are several types:


• Nonhierarchical polyamory – These individuals don't have a hierarchy of partners. Equal time and attention may be received by each partner.


• Hierarchal – Most of the time and attention of the people in this relationship is devoted to a primary partnership. Less time and attention are devoted to secondary and tertiary partnerships.


• Poly fidelity – A committed relationship between a group of three or more people. Outside the group, they do not date anyone else.


• Solo – These individuals date multiple people but don't have primary partnerships. In their personal lives, they remain mostly independent.


If you look closely at the specifications for each of the above stated types of polyamory, it helps answer the question of whether or not sex would be okay if one of these people were dating someone not already included in the relationship.


"Swinging" Versus Polyamory


Swinging or swingers should not be confused with polyamory or polyamorous individuals. Multiple sex partners can be enjoyed by swingers. However, with their multiple partners, romantic or emotional relationships aren't usually developed. To swap partners, events like sex parties are frequently attended by swingers. Romantic relationships are not their focus as much as are recurring sexual partners.


In a polyamorous relationship, as stated earlier, love and devotion is essential – albeit shared among several people.


Bottom Line


When it comes to polyamorous dating, sex is no more a question than it is with traditional dating. Both people need to agree and both people need to be adults – depending on what type of polyamorous relationship you’re in.


Are You Interested in a Polygamous Relationship? Let Sister Wives Dating and Matchmaking Service Find Your Mate


A polyamorous relationship does not encourage multiple wives, simply multiple relationships. On the other hand, a polygamous relationship involves more than one sister wife. If you already participate in a polygamous lifestyle or would like to start, Sister Wives Dating and Matchmaking Service can help.


Whether you are a couple in pursuit of a sister wife or a single seeking a sister wife, we can be of assistance. Not sure about the polygamous lifestyle? Find out what others have to say on our "Blogs".


At Sister Wives, we are dedicated to assisting people in becoming a sister wife, or helping them find other polygamists, and connecting them online. Become more familiar with the Sister Wives and our lifestyle by attending one of our activities and events.

 

We provide video chat, detailed profiles, search options, fun ways to chat and interact, matchmaking services, and more. Contact us today using our online form. You can also follow us on social networks like Instagram, Twitter, and other platforms.








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To many individuals, the concept of ENM relationships (ethical non-monogamy relationships) is alien, to say the least. Yet, in Western society, relationships such as these are already very prevalent. It's just that they're not always expressed in such concrete terms.


One example of ethical polyamory could be dating, depending on your view. Is the fact that you are dating more than one person a display of non-monogamy? Or do you need to be in a serious relationship – and still seeing others romantically – in order for it to be considered non-monogamy?


Here, we'll look at a number of facts regarding the topic of polyamory.


These Relationships Are a Choice between Partners


Currently, polyamory is looked upon as a choice. Are some people simply hardwired for a non-monogamous lifestyle? That topic is up for debate. Here's how polyamory is reviewed, at least for the time being: As long as you feel comfortable within the relationship, and you find a consenting partner (or partners), the choice is yours.


In Polyamorous Relationships, Communication and Consent Are Important


Affirmative consent is the root of ethical non-monogamy. So the relationship can work, effective communication regarding each person's needs is a crucial aspect of a healthy polyamorous relationship. Communication is the cornerstone of consent, and consent is a necessary aspect of polyamory.


Even Polyamorous Individuals Can Change Their Minds


If, indeed, you gave the polyamorous lifestyle a try and decided it's just not for you, that's okay. Nothing says you have to devote the rest of your life to being in a non-monogamous relationship. There's a lot to be said, after all, for monogamy. It's a personal choice.


Various Deal Breakers Apply to Each Polyamorous Person/Relationship


With their partners, polyamorous individuals have parameters that relate to their specific relationship. Different relationships can follow a different set of "rules" than another. What constitutes cheating, for example, in one relationship may be perfectly allowable in another one.


This Isn't a New Trend


Ethical non-monogamy and polyamory are not trends or a new phenomenon. In many indigenous populations, it has been practiced for centuries. It some spiritual texts, it can even be found.


Committed Relationships Are Typical Of Polyamorous People


Though numerous partners exist in a polyamorous relationship, this doesn't mean casual sex. These relationships are committed, devoted, and consensual. They are considered serious relationships.


It's Not As Uncommon As You Might Think


Within the United States, it's hard to tell how many people may be involved in polyamory. Individuals who practice non-monogamy may amount to somewhere between 1.28 to 2.4 million. In other relationships, "satellite lovers" may be allowed in some 9.8 million situations. The point is that it’s not at all uncommon. Polyamory is, in fact, approved of by almost 70% of single people.


Are You Interested in Polygamy or Polyamory? Connect with Sister Wives Dating and Matchmaking Service


If you are new to polygamy or polyamory, you likely have many questions. Remember that they are two different lifestyles, however. When you join the Sister Wives community, you'll be connected with polygamists who are happy to welcome you into their community. Get your questions answered, gain support, and possibly even find true love.


It's true! You can, even in this day and age, find real love. Through the Sister Wives community, you can seek out and share helpful advice and find a sister wife. Not sure about the polygamous lifestyle? Find out what others have to say on our "Blogs".


At Sister Wives, we are dedicated to assisting people in becoming a sister wife, or helping them find other polygamists, and connecting them online. Become more familiar with the Sister Wives and our lifestyle by attending one of our activities and events.


We provide fun ways to chat and interact, detailed profiles, search options, matchmaking services, video chat, and more. Sounds intriguing, doesn’t it? We have a convenient online form that you can send in for more information. You can also follow us on social networks like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.








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Don't assume that you’re unusual or out of the ordinary if, outside the "traditional monogamous lesbian couple model," your own lesbian relationship exists. Truth be told, there are any number of multifarious and multifaceted relationships from which to choose.


An open partnership/marriage – or consistent and devoted relationships with multiple partners – is being chosen by more and more people who are opting out of traditional marriage standards or monogamous partnerships. This includes the LGBT+ population. Here, we'll discuss lesbian polyamory and some of the misconceptions about it.


Polyamorous Relationships


This is more than an open relationship in which a couple is agreeable to inviting new people in from time to time. This is an established relationship between numerous individuals that is agreed upon, devoted, and loving – for all parties concerned.


Let's examine some myths and misconceptions regarding polyamorous relationships and lesbians.


Lesbians Are Inherently Monogamous


While lesbian women may be geared toward bonding, that doesn't mean they have to bond with one single person only. Lesbian polyamory involves dedication and devotion to more than one person.


Poly People Are More Advanced Than Monogamous People


Some people feel the same way about pansexuals. Nobody’s better than anybody else. It's just a matter of having different sexual preferences (and relationship types).


Poly People Don't Ever Feel Jealousy


Anyone can get jealous under the wrong/right circumstances. Anyone!


Polyamory Is a Cure for Cheating


A person who cheats is NOT doing it for the same reasons that a polyamorous person seeks multiple relationships. The psyche is completely different.


Polyamory Is All about Sex


Some people who are involved in polyamory may simply want to have a close, romantic relationship, while others will want to have actual sex with their multiple partners.


Polyamorous Relationships Involve Three People All the Time


Any number of people can be involved in a polyamorous relationship. The specific relationship between the parties involved – and how it is handled – can be sexual, friendly, or romantic in nature. It all depends on their wants, needs, etc. The important thing is that they are all in agreement where multiple (albeit devoted and dedicated) partners is concerned.


Polyamorous Relationships – Lesbians Versus Gay Men


There is a misconception that gay men are more prone to polyamorous relationships than are lesbians. In fact, one serious conception is that of the complete inability of a gay man to have a monogamous relationship. Here's the deal: Both lesbians and gay men can have monogamous or polyamorous relationships. It all depends on the individual and their partner(s).


Gay men can be just as devoted to a single partner as can a lesbian or a heterosexual person. What's in your heart and what's in your head – where love and devotion are concerned – are not predetermined by your sex or sexual orientation.


People are people – each one unique and special. There is no "one-size-fits-all" when it comes to love.


If you are not a lesbian, or you’re not interested in polyamorous relationships with lesbians – but rather, you are heterosexual – you may be interested in or curious about becoming involved in a polygamous lifestyle.


If Polygamy Is More Suited to Your Lifestyle, Check out Sister Wives Dating and Matchmaking Service


At Sister Wives, we are dedicated to assisting women in becoming a sister wife, or helping them find other polygamists, and connecting them online. Find out what others have to say on our "Blogs". You can become more familiar with Sister Wives and our lifestyle by attending one of our activities and events.


Contact us today to find out more.  We have a convenient online form that you can send in. We'll be in touch. You can also join through Facebook and follow us on social networks like Instagram and Twitter.








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The concept of polygamy is perhaps more well-known now than ever before, in part, because of television shows like Sister Wives. Through these programs, you get a bit of insight into the polygamous lifestyle, albeit in the style of any made-for-television "reality" series. The concept of polygamy and more than one wife is not a new one. For those curious about this lifestyle, or interested in participating in it, there are very likely many questions.


One such question may be that of how a sister wife is welcomed into an established polygamous family/relationship. Here, we will briefly explore the concept of inviting someone other than yourself and your spouse into a marriage.


Develop a Relationship but Easy Does It


There is no saying that everybody has to be best friends and lovers immediately. You may need to take things slowly at first. Get to know each other. Find out each other's likes and dislikes. Obviously, you already have one thing in common, but what, besides being married to the same man, do you share with this person?


Don't waste a perfectly good chance at a new relationship just because you tried to rush into closeness. Closeness is something that takes time to develop. You're all part of the same family now, but that doesn't mean it won't take a little bit of time and patience to establish the closeness that people together for decades already share. There's lots of time.


Open Your Heart


You're all going to be spending a lot of time together so open your heart to this chance at a new relationship. You may experience a closeness like never before, if you just give it a chance. As well as love for the same man, you all have the opportunity to love each other like the sisters you are.


Enjoy Individual Quality Time


Take the time to enjoy the new sister wife’s company. Sure, you will spend time together every day, but we're referring to one-on-one time here. Find a quiet spot and talk, laugh, or even sing together, just the two of you.


Since tastes differ, you may consider making some changes to the decor of your home to suit the likes of your new family member. This will create a welcoming atmosphere and expand your horizons a bit.


Make things as stress-free as possible, offer a welcoming atmosphere, get to know each other, and be willing to work together to change things up a bit, as needed.


Find Your Match At Sister Wives Dating and Matchmaking Service


We are dedicated to assisting people in becoming a sister wife, or finding other polygamists, and connecting them online. Use the Sister Wives app or website as your matchmaking service. We are highly trusted, we value the privacy of our members, and we are continuously favorably reviewed by them. You can also discover activities and events through which you can become more familiar with sister wives and the lifestyle.


Whether you are a single seeking a sister wife or a couple in pursuit of a sister wife, we can be of assistance. Not sure about this lifestyle? Find out what others have to say on our "Blogs".


It's possible, even in this day and age, to find real love. Seek out and share helpful advice, in addition to finding a sister wife through our community. When you need a shoulder to lean on, your fellow polygamists are extremely supportive.


At Sister Wives, we offer fun ways to chat and interact, search options, detailed profiles, matchmaking services, video chat, and more. Interested? Contact us today to find out more. We have a convenient online form that you can fill out and send in. We'll be in touch. You can also join through Facebook and follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and other social networks.








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Do you find yourself curious about how to become a polygamist or enter into polygamy? You may have already seen documentaries and "reality" TV shows regarding the topic. After doing a bit of research, you feel like you're ready to find consenting adults and enter into a polygamous relationship. So, what's next?


If you've heard of polygamy, you may also have heard of polyamory. You might assume they're the same. They are not. There is a distinct difference. If polygamy is your goal, you need to make sure the people you're becoming involved with are interested in a polygamous relationship, not polyamory. Shortly, you'll be introduced to the perfect opportunity to find others who want to be involved in a polygamous relationship.


Before that, however, let's look at some things you need to consider before entering a relationship or lifestyle that involves more than one dedicated partner – polygamy.


Understand What It Is You're Looking For


As with anything you enter into as a new pursuit, before you get started, determine – to the best of your ability – what to expect. This isn't something to just jump into on a whim. Don't overlook practicality while focusing the companionship involving sister wives or how sex works.


Will everyone sleep together in one bedroom? Will children be involved? How does every person in the household feel about living together? Are children already in the relationship? With your family and friends, how open will you be about your new lifestyle?


These are things to consider.


Embrace Openness


Whatever it is you want, instruct yourself as to how to be upfront about it. You might worry what other people will think about your lifestyle. You don't need their approval, remember that. You may not receive approval from family and friends, but they live their own lives – not yours.


Be open and honest about who you are and the life you have chosen. Ease into discussions, if you must, but have those discussions.


Practice Patience


It may take some time to get used to the idea of polygamy. It's already hard to date other people, but it's even harder if your focus is to find someone worthy of a dedicated relationship. Multiply that relationship by numerous people and you're in for a challenge.


You can't rush into polygamy, at least not successfully. Keep the faith that what you want to happen will and keep your mind open. If it's meant to be, it will be. When you meet the right person, you'll know.


Here's a great way to find others who participate in polygamous relationships.


Is It Time to Explore Polygamy? Sister Wives Dating and Matchmaking Service Can Help


Looking for true love? You can, even in this day and age, to find real love. Through the Sister Wives community, you can seek out and share helpful advice and find a sister wife.


Do you find yourself becoming more and more interested in a polygamous lifestyle? Would you like to explore your options? Whether you are a couple in pursuit of a sister wife or a single seeking a sister wife, we can be of assistance. Not sure about the polygamous lifestyle? Find out what others have to say on our "Blogs".


At Sister Wives, we are dedicated to assisting people in becoming a sister wife, or helping them find other polygamists, and connecting them online. Become more familiar with the Sister Wives and our lifestyle by attending one of our activities and events.


We provide detailed profiles, search options, fun ways to chat and interact, matchmaking services, video chat, and more. Sounds intriguing, doesn’t it? Contact us today to find out more. We have a convenient online form that you can send in. We'll be in touch. You can also join through Facebook and follow us on networks like Instagram and Twitter.








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Indeed, polygamy is a practice that dates back to the dawn of humans and is still practiced today in a variety of cultural contexts throughout every continent, including the United States, where the majority of people claim to be against it.


Even though polygamy and other poly relationships are quite common in West African communities, it is not widely accepted. This is probably because of the biased law against women's right to be involved in several relationships at a time. If you are looking to get into a black poly relationship, read below to find tips to help you achieve your goals:


Respect Your Partner’s Partners


Balance is necessary for every relationship, but poly relationships require it much more. You may maintain yours on stable ground by respecting your partner's preference for other partners.


If you choose to be mean and disrespectful towards your lover’s partner, your negativity may drive your spouse away or it may persuade them that you are not suitable for the relationship you agreed to, one in which you are not always the center of attention.


This does not imply that you must support your partner in their other relationships; maintaining a polite distance is also a smart choice. Instead, you would be wise to concentrate on your own relationship and its success.


Set Boundaries


Even if you're cool with sharing your partner with someone else, it’s normal to get jealous of other partners. Knowing that your partner is having fun or going on a date with their other partner would not make you feel good in any way.


When going out with someone else, you might want your partner to just state that they are going out instead of giving the full details. Have a conversation with your partner upfront if you are or are not okay with her talking about your private moments with other people when it comes to personal information about you.


Spend Time with Your Partner Alone


In one person in a polyamorous relationship is your main partner, being explicit about the activities or things you will share that will stay between just you two is important. It is best to keep such moments that are meaningful to you both private and unique.


Say that every year on your anniversary, you and your significant other go to the same restaurant. Instead of allowing him to invite the other partner there, explain to him that you would prefer to reserve the location and the custom for the two of you since doing so with someone else would lessen its significance.


Keep Your Expectations Realistic


You don’t have the ability to foresee future events or predict whether or not your partner will break up with you. If and when circumstances abruptly change, being open to the possibility of quick change will lessen the damage. Maybe your partner breaks up with you "randomly" because they want to be monogamous with their other relationship, or maybe you find you're no longer attracted to your present companions. Regardless, it's essential to guard your heart by maintaining a line of communication with it.








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