A Peek Outside the “Normal”: Polyamorous Relationships

A Peek Outside the “Normal”: Polyamorous Relationships

The term “polyamorous” first starred in a 1990 Green Egg Magazine article entitled “A Bouquet of Lovers.”

Writer Morning Glory Zell defined polyamory (often shortened to polyam) as “consensual, ethical and accountable non-monogamy.” Although stigma nevertheless stays with such a thing outside of what exactly is considered “normal,” in the Millennial and Gen Z generations, names and labels for various intimate expressions, identities and relationships have grown to be increasingly mainstream.

Because of this more accepting tradition, there is certainly a lot more of an embrace for those who have identities and relationships current outside what’s considered old-fashioned, including Grand Rapids indigenous Dani Kleff. Read More