Internet access is a good thing because it allows for people who are trapped in closed minded communities to find their tribe and have opportunities that wouldn’t previously exist.The married dating app world is no exception and one quick google search will have dozens of apps pop up with a speedy willingness to link you up with discreet encounters.This is a healthy feeling that society has tabooed from our romantic circles and the polyamorous community is fighting the good fight.These relationships allow for loving bonds to form with a new partner or even have a new partner date both people in the original relationship.Sexuality typically follows from polyamorous love, but it is perfectly possible to be polyamorous and sexually monogamous at the same time.This is somewhat unusual, but it is not unheard of.” Many controversial pieces have been written about why monogamy is not our natural state, and for millions of people, these arguments hold true.“Most people don’t know there’s an option, we live in a monogamous culture that is 'monocentric’ and tells us that monogamy is the only way.[...] It’s very hard to step out of that box and question what we’ve been given and what we’ve been told.” One of the more common misconceptions of polyamorous relationship rules is that sex with multiple partners is rampant in the community. While polyamorous people enjoy sex and might even have access to more sex, they are looking for lasting and committed relationships that are not based on hookups, one-night stands or any drama surrounding cheating wives or adultery.
Polyamorous dating is one of those things that people are not used to seeing.Biological anthropologist Agustin Fuenteson states: “The need to form multiple physiological and psychological close bonds with other humans is core to who we are. If Walter Goldschmidt is right, and this is what we call love, then the need for love via social pair bonds is a hallmark of our evolutionary history and current biology.” The mainstream is just now getting a taste of the polyamorous world with hit shows like “Polyamory” on Showtime and an episode of “Say Yes to the Dress” on TLC.One quick search on Youtube, Facebook, or Twitter and you’ll find an abundance of content and interaction regarding this topic.Of course, there are exceptions to any rule but this community has the deeper motives of 'emotional connection’ and 'trust’ for living this lifestyle.Ginny Brown, a writer at Everyday Feminism, gave a candid response in a article about these perception, “One of the biggest misconceptions is that if you’re poly, you must like to have a lot of sex, with a lot of different people.