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But for me, the fulfilment I get from polyamory and freelancing are worth the extra effort — and I have two men who love me that are cheering me on.
“Non-monogamy is way more common than most people think,” says Ava from Texas, “But it’s rarely discussed in public.” So, I recently spoke to three women about their open marriages — the pros, the cons, and how they make it work. Catherine, 30, lives with her husband in Pennsylvania.
Her first experience: When our son was around two, I became curious to see what was out there for myself.
I went on a Tinder date and had so much fun — that new feeling, a rush, I hadn’t experienced it for so long. It’s funny because he introduced me to this lifestyle, but I’m probably better suited to it.
Last month, I was planning to spend the night at my boyfriend’s house while his partner was out of town with one of her other partners.
The getaway got canceled due to a last-minute illness, leaving me and A.
My husband and his friend with benefits (FWB) aren’t obsessive planners like me and A., so they schedule their dates a few days ahead of time.They tend to spend time together on Saturday evenings since that’s usually when I’m with my boyfriend, but based on schedules they sometimes meet up after work or during the day on Saturday or Sunday.Once the dates are on the calendar, then we need to figure out where everyone is hanging out so that all parties involved get the privacy they need.We view our financial goals as something that we work towards as a couple, regardless of our individual incomes: paying off our mortgage quickly, saving for retirement, spending money on travel instead of stuff.I’ve always made significantly less money than him, although in the past there hasn’t been such a dramatic discrepancy — previously, I earned about ,000 (£39,700).