Tag: lifestyle language


What Unicorns Want Couples To Know


“Unicorn” is slang for a single, generally bi-sexual female who participates in swinger lifestyle. Women like this are referred to as unicorns because they are very rare and hard to find. Being a coveted unicorn is a blessing and a curse. I love having the freedom and confidence to enjoy sex with whomever I choose. I love that I have...


How to Balance Time with Multiple Partners

Important Poly Time Management and Communication Skills

One of the books that significantly impacted my relationships is Gary Chapman’s #1 New York Times bestselling book, The 5 Love Languages. In it, Chapman posits that everyone has a preeminent “love language” that best illustrates how they flourish in romantic relationships while both giving and receiving love, attention, and affection. “Your partner may express love in those ways, and...


3 Ways Science Suggests Polyamory is Good for You

Before we get started, I’m going to make one major disclaimer: Polyamory is not for everyone. Instead of thinking of polyamory as a choice, consider regarding it more as an orientation. Take it one step further and understand that orientations are more like a spectrum than a definition. This will make thinking about “polyamory” a little easier on the mind...


Kink and Fetish: Is there a difference?

Researching the difference between kink and fetish.

Kink... Fetish... Two words often used interchangeably. But as lifestyles once shunned as “deviant” become more acceptable in mainstream popular culture, kink and fetish will continue to appear more and more in general conversation, and people want to know: Is there a difference between the two words? These words must mean the same thing on some level. Calling someone a kinky...