Romantic-Fluid Non-Monogamous Relationships

Romantic Fluid Non-Monogamous Relationships

Romantic fluid non-monogamous relationships are becoming increasingly popular. In American culture, monogamy means two people agreeing to have sex only with each other and no one else. Classical monogamy —a single relationship between two people who remain sexually exclusive their entire lives and become celibate upon the partner’s death, has now turned into serial monogamy. This is a cycle in which people are sexually exclusive with each other for some time, break up, and then re-partner with a different person in another sexually exclusive relationship.

Here are some non-monogamous relationship lifestyles that we recommend. Download the Blaxity App to chat with like-minded romantic fluid swingers! 

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Open Relationships

When it comes to non-monogamous relationships, Open relationships are varied enough to be an umbrella term based on a couple who are “open” to engaging sexually with others. The most common form of a married or long-term committed couple takes on a third (or sometimes fourth) partner whose involvement and role in the relationship are secondary. They may have independent relationships with different secondary partners. Regardless of parameters, the primary couple always remains a priority. Generally, there are particular rules, expectations, and communications between those involved.


Among recognized forms of non-monogamy, the most popular is swinging. Broadly speaking, swinging involves committed couples consensually exchanging partners specifically for sexual purposes. It ranges from brief interactions among strangers at swinger clubs to groups of friends who have socialized for many years. It began as the practice of “wife-swapping” among U.S. Air Force pilots after World War II. Swinging has spread worldwide and become more accepted, thanks to the internet. 

Relationship Anarchy

Given the anarchist nature of this philosophy, it is difficult to pin down an exact definition of relationship anarchy. However, two themes appear regularly in the writings of people who discuss them.

First, relational anarchists are highly critical of traditional cultural standards that prioritize romantic relationships. If a conflict arises, the couple either deals with the issues, or the relationship ends. People can have many meaningful and loving relationships that are not limited to the conventional couple format. Second, another essential theme within relationship anarchy is the resistance to placing demands or expectations on the people involved in a relationship.

Swingers and polyamorists often create rules and guidelines for their swinger relationships. Relationship anarchy rejects such rules. They inevitably see it leading to a hierarchical valuation of some partners over others. No one should have to give up or compromise to sustain a relationship in relationship anarchy. Instead, it is better to amicably separate than to maintain an unhappy and unfulfilling relationship.


There are some other types of romantic fluid non-monogamous relationships that we will discuss in a future post!


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