No you Aren't

posted December 17th, 2013, 2:01 am


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July 28th, 2013, 4:19 pm

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Kissing someone on the forehead - a beautiful gesture that is really hard to draw.

To be able to care about what your partner cares about, even when it doesn't matter to you, shows real strength of character.

To be able to stay with someone who is in a relationship with someone else, that to me is madness.
Don't get me wrong, intellectually I have no problem at all with polyamory (or in this case, polyandry). If people can love like that, who am I to say otherwise? I just can't fathom being able to share someone without feeling like I was worth less than the whole.
I'd be curious for someone in a poly relationship to share their feelings?

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Comment addition on Dec 16, 2013;

http://lexiecannes.wordpress.com/2013/12/15/trans-woman-found-dead-in-edmonton-detroit-v ictim-identified/

A beautiful trans*woman, on a work visa, was found dead in Edmonton. She died of blunt force trauma.
I came from Calgary. I was always afraid to leave my house. I draw a transgender webcomic where the main character suffers from violence.

Where do I get my inspiration and terror from?
Real life.

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December 17th, 2013, 7:32 am

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Links broken. This is a cute moment between them :3

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December 18th, 2013, 1:19 am

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I'm poly... My main thing is although I am not the only partner in their life (nor they in mine), there is a special place that is "mine", a role in their life that I alone fill, a need or want that only I satisfy.

Of course, that is our way of poly, it doesn't have to be that way for anyone else. Its just how we work it out and always feel special to one another

And, in the end, the relationship looks like how it would be if we were mono. Or even better, because we can be what we want and need to be towards each other without the stress of having to meet every want and need for each other.

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December 18th, 2013, 2:09 am

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@ladyarkitekt: I think that is really beautiful. I'm glad you could find a love with the right person/people where they know that to have the whole of you, they need to let go of some of the parts of you.

As an asexual, my greatest fear of being in a relationship is that I know I will never be able to satisfy whoever I am with. While I am not poly myself, I know I would need that for my love so I wouldn't feel like I was restricting an important part of their lives.

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December 18th, 2013, 10:32 am

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@GreenKrog: Oddly enough, I'm also an ace (gray asexual). Which actually rather works well, as one of my partners wants a "pure" D/s relationship with me, and another partner's partner feels uncomfortable with actual sex being involved between him and I. Somehow, I've managed to conjure this all to work pretty nicely, despite all the bumps in the road getting here (and even now).

I'm glad you find it beautiful. It works for me. I want to clarify, however, that my partners do have all of me. They just share all of me. Just like having more than one child- each child still has all of the parent, though they share the parent with others. We are always sharing people with others, in poly, that just includes other partners.

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