” in a despairing tone, and that was about my response to the whole polyamory concept. But that metaphor is too weak: there’s still racism, a black kid in an all white school district probably feels really out of place, there are still even fights over segregated proms. Imagine a space-time rift brings a 19th-century Know-Nothing to your doorstep.
And now seven months after moving to Berkeley I’m dating three people. He starts debating you on the relative merits and costs of allowing Irish people to mix with the rest of American society.
It went really well, everyone got along, and it is something we would do more often if not for scheduling and travel issues (also, Sausalito is really expensive).
They are engaged, working on the “getting married” thing, and have every intention of having lots of children and staying together for at least one lifetime.
Why is it that black girls are the most undesirable?
(For non-black guys)I'm seeing a lot of negative things being said about black women in the media (mainly online).
You spend all this time worrying about it and preparing for it and thinking it is going to be this dreadfully imposing enemy, and in the end it sends one guy with a bomb in his shoes onto a plane, whom you arrest without incident.
I know this hasn’t been anywhere close to the experience of all polyamorous people, but it’s my experience and that of the people I’ve talked to most about this.