Marauder The Slash Nymph, NEW MOM (marauderthesn) wrote in bi_mono,
Marauder The Slash Nymph, NEW MOM
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Hi, my name is Marauder. I'm female, currently going to college, and my fiance and I are getting married once we've finished our respective educations.

I don't fit into what a lot of people think of as bisexual, because I've never been in a relationship with another woman, I'm Catholic, and I'm pro-life. I also think that polyamory is something that can only lead to hurt feelings, jealousies, and general disaster.

I don't condemn people for whatever they do sexually, but I think that people should only have sex with someone they're in love with. A lot of people think this makes me too idealistic; however, I think the world needs idealists if anything's going to change.

It's possible to love two people at once, and you can't change who you love. However, having a romantic-sexual relationship with two people at once strikes me as rather selfish. It doesn't matter how "open" or "free" people claim they are; due to basic human nature, jealousies are going to develop. No one wants to be someone else's alternative option or second choice.
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I don't fit into what a lot of people think of as bisexual, because I've never been in a relationship with another woman

I'm much the same because I've only had relations with my wife, although I am now fully aware of (admit to myself) my attractions.

However, having a romantic-sexual relationship with two people at once strikes me as rather selfish.

I differ a little here. Like you, I don't condemn others who are in open or multiple person relationships. But rather than seeing it as selfish, my reasons against it is that I believe that there is scientific evidence to show that the human brain set up for pair-bonding. Often the result of polygamous situations are like you say, frought with hurt feelings.