Open relationships are becoming more common today. The most common form of which is non-monogamy. Transforming a traditional relationship to a non-monogamous one requires that each partner agree on mutually agreed boundaries.
The first time you’re with a new sexual partner is an intoxicating experience that’s magical, erotic, exciting, and exotic all the one breathtaking interlude.
Ladies – this one is for you. You get all dolled up when heading out for Girls Night Out, but rarely – if ever – for your man. You used to pay attention to the details and make it special for him. What you’re not doing now could really damage your relationship.
“If You’re Not Having Sex With Your Man, Who Is?”
That was a great line I saw on a sexy photo online somewhere a few months back and the caption has stuck with me ever since. It applies not only to men, but women as well, and serves as a reminder to us all to pay proper attention to our partner, lest we find ourselves left out of what we thought was ours.
Monogamy is generally held up as the golden standard in intimacy when it comes to relationships. We’ve all been told that once you enter a serious relationship, monogamy is the name of the game. To step outside the boundaries of that limitation is a bold and risky move against the currents of society. But norms aren’t always healthy or wise, so let’s look at the pros and cons of monogamy vs non-monogamy.