As soon as this month is over I’ll get to my over flowing inbox! I’m so sorry, we’re almost there! <3
She is dancing around the room Chanting “I’m on Lo’s blog!! You’re a sweetie for making my lil bug’s day! And she said, while she blushed deep red, “It was sooo worth it!”
Anthony Head does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Look Daddy, it’s you!
Here’s a Picture I took while trail-riding over the weekend! We saw the most beautiful sunset from in top of the mountain.
Adorable shoulder bags from CuteHarajuku!
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When I bought my HK key chain I didn’t know it matches my purse! ~
I have this purse!!!
You have to consider that there is an ability to feel intimate towards someone and in-love with someone without having to have sex. For example, if we explore by your question, anyone who identifies as asexual cannot experience polyamory, which just isn’t the case.
In my opinion, Polyamory is not limited or defined by sexual intercourse.
Polyamory is defined very well by “Polyamory Society”. I’m going to post a portion their definition here:
“Polyamory is from the root words Poly meaning many and Amour meaning love hence ”many loves” or Polyamory. Of course, love itself is a rather ambiguous term, but most polys seem to define it as a serious, intimate, romantic, or less stable, affectionate bond which a person has with another person or group of persons. This bond usually, though not necessarily always, involves sex. Sexualove or eromance are other words which have been coined to describe this kind of love. Other terms often used as synonyms for polyamory are responsible, ethical or intentional non-monogamy.” (Source)
I hope that helps clearify! :)