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8 polyamory

The lower your score on this test (the lowest you can get is -4), the less likely it is that you are a Poly. You may see this as s good thing. The higher your score (up to 9) the higher likelihood that you are open to thinking outside the societal box in terms of what size and shape relationship suits you. Final Scoring: -4 to 2: You are a traditionalist. 2--6. You are open to new ideas, but unlikely to be willing to put yourself on the line for those ideas. 6--9 You could be a Poly. You may, for years, have had a vague sense that there was something missing. A bit more from Wikipedia:However, no single definition of 'polyamory' has universal acceptance. It is generally agreed that 'polyamory' involves multiple consensual, loving relationships (or openness to such), but beyond that the term is ambiguous as the word 'love' itself. A relationship is more likely to be called 'polyamorous' if it is long-term, involves some sort of commitment (e.g. a formal ceremony), and involves shared living arrangements and/or finances, but none of these criteria are definitive. For instance, somebody who has multiple sexual partners might form strong 'loving' friendships with them, without feeling romantic love for them. Whether such a person identifies as 'polyamorous', a 'swinger', or some other term often depends more on their attitude towards other 'polyamorists', 'swingers', etc. than on the exact nature of their relationships; the two terms emphasise different aspects of the interaction, but both are broad enough for a certain degree of overlap. Similarly, an 'open relationship' where all participants are long-term friends might be considered 'polyamorous' under broader usages of the word but excluded from some of the tighter usages (see further discussion below). There is enough overlap between the two concepts that 'open relationship' is also sometimes used as a catch-all substitute when speaking to people who may not be familiar with 'polyamory'.

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    They scored 8% on polyamory, higher than 55% of your peers.

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The lower your score on this test (the lowest you can get is -4), the less likely it is that you are a Poly. You may see this as s good thing. The higher your score (up to 9) the higher likelihood th... Read more

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