So you’re all at work right now, and dealing with turkey overload. You’re totally regretting that turkey sandwich you had for lunch, the one you shlepped to work with you in hopes of finally finishing off the last of the leftovers. And you’re willing to endure a year’s worth of U.T.I.s if it means being spared from cranberries until next Thanksgiving. Not to mention you’re just not in the mindset to deal with the weekday – even though you were itching for the weekend to finally END.
And if you spell skeptic in a funny way, you are just dealing with general Monday grossness.
So… let’s get you out of your holiday-induced intellectual coma, and talk about sex.
It seems that a number of folks in the skeptical community don’t do the monogamy thing.Â I doubt it’s any higher than folks outside the skeptical community, but maybe we’re less concerned about the stigma of a polyamorous lifestyle. Open relationships are probably healthier than “closed” ones with one or more cheating partners, but is non-monogamy healthier than monogamy? What’s your take? Love one? Love all? Love some? Love a few? Love as many as you can? Love none? Pros? Cons? Is polyamory worth it? Is monogamy worth it?