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If that's what you're looking for, you may have already heard people tell you that what you're looking for is incredibly rare, and that it's going to be a long hard journey.Most folks just shrug their shoulders at this and say 'that's okay, I'll just keep on looking til I find it.' So I took a look at just *how* rare finding a unicorn actually is, how many you're likely to find in your own social circle, and how long it might realistically take to find someone, as a couple, to fit you both.One of B&P's activists is Kevin Patterson of Philadelphia (who runs the Poly Role Models website).At last February's Poly Living East convention, he explained to a crowded workshop that although the nonwhite-to-white ratio there is getting more representative, "I still count." You don't know about counting?Full disclosure: I am technically a 'unicorn' myself.
You’re centered in loving each other, you’re communicating great. I don’t know about you, but I don’t live in any of those cities. You’ll probably get laid with this strategy, but if that’s mostly what you’re looking for, a sex club might be better. I’m not of the “Swinger is superior to poly” school of thought by any means.
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Many of those who pursue polyamorous relationships find them to be fulfilling, and when challenges arise, a therapist or other mental health professional may often be able to help committed partners navigate polyamory and other nonmonogamous relationship styles.
In many cultures, monogamy is still upheld as the ideal structure for committed relationships, but nonmonogamous relationship styles are increasingly being recognized as a valid choice for some individuals.