NewsHub 18 April 2018
Family First Comment: Yep – just as we predicted!
But it’s ‘marriage equality’. Consenting adults. Love is love.
Many will have heard the phrase “threes a crowd”, but for some New Zealanders in romantic relationships that’s simply not the case.
At least 1000 people in New Zealand are in polyamorous relationships where the relationship could have three or more people involved.
There needs to be communication though; secretly sleeping with someone on the sly isn’t polyamory – that’s just straight up cheating.
Jeremy Corbett from Three’s The Project took off his ‘prude shoes’ to talk to some polyamorous people about how it works.
“Most of polyamory is scheduling,” said Adrian Renor, who is part of a triad relationship.
“It’s a lot of self-reflection and work,” added Gabbi Macclure who is also part of the relationship.
The pair are in a relationship with each other and there is a third person in the relationship too, Bernie.
READ MORE: http://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2018/04/polyamory-how-does-dating-multiple-partners-work.html