Explore the theories for how humans became monogamous millions of years ago.
Would you accept an invitation? If so, go in with your eyes open and play to your strengths.
Feeling joy for others may just be a polyamory trend, or it could be a path to a whole new you.
If you're happy with one partner or more, you may be ambiamorous—here's how to communicate that.
How to have a successful consensual non-monogamous relationship.
There are better ways to learn about sex than from a friend on the school bus or from porn.
How changing your mindset can help you escape a cycle of unhappy relationships.
Men who want to be a father can make lifestyle changes to ensure they produce quality sperm.
It's normal to be curious about your partner's sexual history, but be careful how you ask.
Beloved by many, polyamory requires understanding and ethics before joining the crowd.
Every relationship has its benefits and challenges, no matter how many people are involved.
Marriage rates have been declining for years, so what exactly are people doing instead and why?
If consensual nonmonogamy is difficult to comprehend, here's a good place to start learning.
If you find yourself wondering what else is out there in relationships, you're not the only one.
Monogamy is just the way things are—right? Maybe not!
To mate for life or for a season? Learn more about the science of back-to-back relationships.
You don’t have to be polyamorous to take advantage of some poly-centric tips.
Questioning your sexual attractions when you’re with someone doesn’t have to end a relationship.
Nonmonogamy can be a lot to ask of a partner, but careful and considerate communication helps.
Communication and self-examination are key to polyamorous relationships.