Sunday, June 10, 2012

Going From Two to Three

Carrie at writes at about poly rules regarding contacting a third.
When I say contact, I refer to any established connection between two people. In poly relationships this has two levels: if A and B are together, and B starts seeing C, then A and C might also want to get to know one another, whether or not they become romantically involved. This means the couple AB will probably determine some agreements regarding not only when and how often B and C see one another, but also whether A and C will, depending on what is comfortable for all three individuals in this scenario.

Go read what she has to say.
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