Uniting together as a couple to make things happen can be difficult. It becomes more difficult the more people that are added to the relationship. How to manage the direction of your lives becomes a task in unto itself.
Polyamory goes against the current national narrative of family and therefore is neither encouraged or supported in social systems. This is, to me, symbolic of the manifested control of capitalism in our modern world. Polyamory is now a double edged sword of human interaction and human exposure.
A look at how our polyamorous triad made its way through the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This article explores options particularly for those who are living in a group setting (i.e. three or more adults under one roof).
If you know any polyamorous people, or just like to keep your foot out of your mouth if you meet some, here are 10 situations you may wish to avoid!
The list as made by our reader’s view statistics spans several of Richtig Haus’ categories. Explore the list and see if maybe you missed out!
It’s been awhile since I have updated our journey through polyamory. I have recently joined a polyamory Facebook group – something I never thought I would have found 7 years ago. In those days, we still had to explain what polyamory was.
I was doing some research on polyamory on YouTube for an upcoming post, and came across this video by Jordan Peterson: “Why Polyamory Is Bad For You And Society”. I thought I […]
This is the most recent update for the Polyamory Personality Survey. It has been a few months since we have updated the Polyamory Personality Survey. We would like to invite any poly […]
A guest post from one of our favourite polyamorous people, Matt!