Polyamory Relationships

The Difference Between a Polysexual and Polyamory Relationships

Wondering what the difference is between polyamory relationships and a polysexual relationship is? You’re not alone! Poly couples and groupings can be amazingly fun but also complex. While similar, these terms differ in meaning and what they mean in a relationship realm. Let’s explore these terms to clarify what they really mean.

The Low Down on Polyamory Relationships

Poly couples or groupings involve the practice of having sex or serious relations with other people with the knowledge and consent of current partners open to non-monogamy. This means that polyamory relationships are not cheating at all.

The degree of emotional and physical intimacy can vary between poly couples, so it’s not all about the sex. Sometime asexual individuals are participants in poly clusters. In these clusters, not all members always engage with each other, as one person may play with a third member while not having sex with a second or fourth participant. However, they are all aware of this and approve of it.

Another important aspect to note is that it can be challenging enough and adding more partners will call for extra effort and care. There may be group sex, little or no sex in certain poly groups. Just be aware that there are risks, especially if one partners goes outside the group without the rest of the cluster’s consent and knowledge.

What Is A Polysexual Relationship?

Polysexuality can pertain to many types of sexuality, meaning that the members in the relationship might be sexually attracted to multiple genders or sexes but not all of them. Members may have multiple sexual relationships in a cluster while having one loving partner in a commitment. Those who consider themselves polysexual may regard this as their primary sexual identity.

The word itself can be confusing because bisexuality can be considered polysexual. While traditionally, bisexuality has been regarded as being attracted to both men and women, today’s definition often includes transgendered individually. Others have chosen to be polysexual to support the gender binary.

Noting the Differences Between Polysexuality & Pansexuality

While polysexual people can feel attracted to any type of gender, they typically aren’t open to relations with all genders. Pansexual individuals can be of any gender and are those who find themselves drawn to all gender identities to some degree. Either can be included in polyamorous relationships or monogamous relationships.

Pansexuality

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