When people practice polyamory and also value fairness and consent, walking that talk can feel profoundly scary. They might fear, for instance, that prioritizing those values could jeopardize the considerable time, money and effort they have invested in a home, a family, a lifestyle or future plans. This perception of risk fuels many strategies, including relationship hierarchy, to control or prevent change. ― Amy Gahran, Stepping Off the Relationship Escalator: Uncommon Love and Life

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When people practice polyamory and also value fairness and consent, walking that talk can feel profoundly scary. They might fear, for instance, that prioritizing those values could jeopardize the considerable time, money and effort they have invested in a home, a family, a lifestyle or future plans. This perception of risk fuels many strategies, including relationship hierarchy, to control or prevent change.
― Amy Gahran,
Stepping Off the Relationship Escalator: Uncommon Love and Life

When people practice polyamory and also value fairness and consent, walking that talk can feel profoundly scary. They might fear, for instance, that prioritizing those values could jeopardize the considerable time, money and effort they have invested in a home, a family, a lifestyle or future plans. This perception of risk fuels many strategies, including relationship hierarchy, to control or prevent change.
― Amy Gahran,

Stepping Off the Relationship Escalator: Uncommon Love and Life

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