Published by admin on July 13, 2015

Monogamissing Out

Hopefully, this title made you smile.

I’m just being funny.

Mostly.

Let me just say this at the onset:

I’m mostly talking to single people here.

I am not talking to those of you reading this who are already married or in long-term committed relationships.

There’s no hope for you.

I’m talking to those of you who have not yet made “the big leap”

into a small pond.

God, I’m an asshole.

I jest.

Seriously, though, if you’re not currently “attached,” “hooked,” “taken,” “off the market,” or one of the other cutesy expressions we use to tell other people that we’re happy and they’re not,

then keep reading.

I jest because of the unbelievable MONOGAMY GOGGLES that most of this society is currently wearing.

And, yes, they operate similar to beer goggles.

(Except it’s a different kind of drunk.)

I’m challenging the status quo here–

up front

and in your face

because maybe then we can have a real conversation.

MONOGAMY IS NOT THE ONLY WAY, NOR NECESSARILY THE BEST WAY, TO DO RELATIONSHIPS.

It’s but one way.

And it’s a way that does work for some people.

BUT THERE IS A HUGE VARIETY; IN FACT, THERE ARE ENDLESS WAYS TO DO THE WHOLE RELATIONSHIPPING THING.

Yet, we continue to focus on just one.

It’s great when monogamous people are actually choosing to be monogamous after some kind of introspective process that involves wondering whether or not their views are of their own making or just ones that they’ve picked up while growing up.

I think this blog has become one big tangent.

I said this article was for the single people.

For the single people…

For the single people…

IF YOU LIKE IT, THEN YOU BETTER PUT A RING ON IT.

IF YOU LIKE IT, THEN YOU BETTER PUT A RING ON IT.

whoa whoa whoa.

Sorry, monogamous-centric songs just pop into my head sometimes.

Now,

where was I…

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