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Is polyamory in the increase? Closeness without exclusivity

Is polyamory in the increase? Closeness without exclusivity

Fascination with polyamorous lifestyles may get beyond simple titillation, claims an Auckland closeness counsellor, much more people express an openness to determine their very own sex and sexual behaviours outside of old-fashioned norms.

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Angela Rennie, 43, is specialist that is offering and closeness counselling from her Mount Eden training for the last seven years.

She claims her anecdotal connection with speaking with customers indicates relationship that is traditional are increasingly being challenged, revised and also replaced entirely, with additional desire for polyamory, where one or more partner is in a romantic relationship with all the permission of all of the included.

“It is difficult to understand statistics that are exact but some individuals feel freer to most probably about their life style choices in the current culture,” claims Ms Rennie.

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