Super Polyamorous

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Polyamory is the practice of, or desire for, intimate relationships with more than one partner, with the knowledge of all partners. It has been described as "consensual, ethical, and responsible
non-monogamy." Pierce was a "Spinning Man" victim of the "Laws of Attraction" and a "Victim of Love."

Submitted: May 30, 2018

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Polyamoryis the practice of, or desire for, intimate relationships with more than one partner, with the knowledge of all partners. It has been described as "consensual, ethical, and responsible non-monogamy." People who identify as polyamorous reject the view that sexual and relational exclusivity are necessary for deep, committed, long-term loving relationships. Unlike other forms of open relationship such as Swinging, polyamorous relationships emphasize on emotional bond. A baseline to measure fidelity that is sometimes used in polyamory is: If you have to hide what you are doing outside of any particular relationship, then you are not being faithful to the relationship, yourself, or your partner.

Pierce was a "Spinning Man" victim of the "Laws of Attraction" and a "Victim of Love." "After the Sunset," like a "Butterfly on a Wheel," he had a "Love Affair" with "Mrs. Doubtfire." As a result, he was "Entangled" in a love triangle with "Mrs. Doubtfire" and his girlfriend, "Evelyn," "The King's Daughter." It was "Some Kind of Beautiful" until the day his girlfriend and his lover met by accident at a party Pierce attended with "Evelyn." He felt very embarrassed and said:

"The Mirror Has Two Faces."

Evelyn, who guessed "Mrs. Doubtfire" was Pierce's lover for the way they looked at each others, asked sarcastically:

"The World Is Not Enough" Darling?"

"That's why I didn't want of a "Married Life." answered Pierce.

Pierce hopelessly needed a "Salvation Boulevard" as this embarrassing situation left him with "No Escape." Indeed, you need more than a "GoldenEye" and a "Night Watch" to prevent this kind of situation to happen. To Pierce it was "The World's End." To "Evelyn" and "Mrs. Doubtfire," just a funny situation as they were both involved into multiple love relationships. Indeed, "Evelyn" had an affair with "Mister Johnson," "The November Man." On her side, "Mrs. Doubtfire" was dating "Robinson Crusoe," "The Lawnmower Man."

When you learn that your girlfriend is involved in multiple love relationships it's like getting hit by "The Love Punch" in the middle of the face. When Pierce learned "Evelyn" was involved in a love triangle, he said to himself amazed:

"I Don't Know How She Does It" to hide it from me."

Pierce went "A Long Way Down" the road before he learned about "Mrs. Doubtfire's" own love triangle with "Robinson Crusoe." And he said to himself mesmerized:

"Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again."

Since he learned the truth about his lovers' hidden lovers, he felt miserable like a "Grey Owl" ready to "Die Another Day." But as "Tomorrow Never Dies," Pierce had to find an other day than tomorrow to die.

To find an answer Pierce followed "The Fourth Protocol." He went on a "Quest for Camelot," "The Ghost Writer," "Across The River and Into The Trees." First, he met with "The Tailor of Panama" who told him where he could find "The Nephew" of Camelot. Who in turn told Pierce where to find Camelot himself. Once Pierce found him, Camelot told him about his secret: polyamory. He advised Pierce to share this new concept with his girlfriend and lover, who would share it with their lovers themselves, and so on.

With a new concept that sounded so great at the ears (consensual, ethical, and responsible non-monogamy), Pierce was convinced "Evelyn" and "Mrs. Doubtfire" would adopt it as a new life philosophy. Indeed, they really liked the idea that polyamorous relationships emphasize on emotional bond.

However, they found this part of the polyamorous concept very challenging: "If you have to hide what you are doing outside of any particular relationship, then you are not being faithful to the relationship, yourself, or your partner." I personally find it impossible to achieve because there are things you just don't want your partner to know about. There are many reasons to keep secrets. Probably too many...

Pierce was a man who believed that "Love Is All You Need." At a party, he shared his view of love with his new love interest in an attempt to seduce her:

"Love means that everything is right with the world. Love and only love. Love means that you are content within your own heart and in the presence of the person that you love, who fills your day and makes you stronger and wiser, and gives you the confidence to go out into the world. Love is just the most beautiful, joyous feeling."

And when they put on the music he started dancing, and said:

"Love is a lot like dancing; you just surrender to the music."

And when he found out she was 35, he said:

"To my eye, women get sexier around 35. They know a thing or two, and knowledge is always alluring."

Later at his place as they were having sex, he stopped in the middle, exhausted. Pierce was a middle-aged man and was too tired to keep going, and said:

"The like factor is a great thing. Love cannot burn constantly. It's very hard for it to be so intense. But it's wonderful."

And when she left in the morning, Pierce found himself on his own, and said to himself:

"You can get totally messed up trying to please everyone with what you do, but ultimately, you have to please yourself."

"So, goodnight Pierce. Keep this secret (but ultimately, you have to please yourself) to yourself if you don't want to lose all your lovers."


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