What is Polyamory, Really?
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Which of the following sentences most accurately describes polyamory to you?
|Polyamory is a set of relationship management and emotional centering techniques that anyone can learn, and once they learn it, anyone can have room in their life for more love.|
|Polyamory is a deep-rooted personality trait, as unlikely to successfully change as sexual orientation, that makes some people able to love more than one person at a time and free of jealousy when those they love also love other people.|
|Polyamory is a lie that people tell themselves and others so they can cheat on their own relationship partner or with other people's.|
|I've heard all those arguments, and I honestly can't make up my mind which one seems more true.|
|I honestly know so little about what you're talking about that I can't formulate an opinion.|
To me, personally, polyamory means ...
|I'm incapable of loving only one person at a time to the exclusion of any possibility of also being attracted to and/or loving someone else, too; it happens even though I still love the first person just as much as before.|
|I may envy someone else's luck, or be insecure about my attractiveness sometimes, or resent of bad management of priorities, or wish there were more hours in the day, but there's no actual jealousy when those who love me love other people too.|
|I feel intense jealousy when I have to share my partners, but that's natural and something that I'm hoping to overcome so that I can earn the privilege of loving more than one person.|
|Nothing, not to me personally, I can't relate to any of these.|