Types[edit] Many terms for non-monogamous practices are flexible in definition, being based on criteria such as "relationship" or "love" that are themselves questionably defined. There are forms whose practitioners set themselves apart by qualifiers such as "ethically non-monogamous" with the intent of distancing from the deceit or subterfuge they perceive in certain other relational forms. As well, usage creates distinctions beyond the raw definitions of the words. Thus, even though some relationships might technically be considered both polygamous and polyamorous, "polygamy" usually signifies a codified form of multiple marriage, based on established religious teachings, while "polyamory" is based on the preferences of the participants rather than social custom or established precedent. Forms of non-monogamy are many, and can overlap, a few being: casual relationship — a physical and emotional relationship between two unmarried people who may have a sexual relationship cuckoldry — a person has sex with another individual without the consent of their partner(s) group marriage — several people form a single familial unit, with each considered to be married to one another (popularized to some extent by novelists Robert A. Heinlein and Robert Rimmer) group sex and orgies involving more than two participants at the same time line families — a form of group marriage intended to outlive its original members by ongoing addition of new spouses ménage à trois — a sexual (and sometimes domestic) arrangement involving three people open relationship (incl. open marriage) — one or both members of a committed (or married) couple have the express freedom to become sexually active with others polyamory — participants have multiple romantic partners poly families — similar to group marriage, but some members may not consider themselves married to all other members polyfidelity — participants have multiple partners but restrict sexual activity to within a certain group polygamy — one person in a relationship has married multiple partners polyandry — a woman has multiple husbands polygyny — a man has multiple wives plural marriage — a form of polygyny associated with the Latter Day Saint movement in the 19th-century and with present-day splinter groups from that faith. It is also associated with an evangelical splinter group which advocates Christian Plural Marriage relationship anarchy — participants are not bound by set rules swinging — similar to open relationships, but conducted as an organized social activity

See also[edit] Plaçage triad relationships

References[edit] ^ Are you open to an alternative lifestyle? ^ 978-0-415-80055-6 Barker, Langdridge. 2009. Understanding Non-Monogamies. Routledge Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Non-monogamy&oldid=790728711" Categories: Sexual fidelity

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