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That seems respectful, both for them and for the person they are going to be dating.I am not going to argue that anyone and everyone who is going to try Poly MUST be out as being Poly.
They don’t want to make anyone feel uncomfortable, and neither do they want to have to answer questions or justify their decisions in the workplace, so they have decided to remain “in the closet” about this whole experiment.Another problem has to do with confusion around issues of entitlement.A person has a right to state a boundary about how they will be treated, meaning, this is something that you may or may not do to me, on me, near me, around me, or even aimed in my general direction. How would you feel if it wasn’t even an option to be seen, heard, validated as being a part of your life? You care about U’s feelings, you want her to feel included.Set expectations early, so that everyone knows what things will look like and can consider the ramifications.This can be said for all of the items that we’re going to discuss (which is why I chose this one first), so we’re going to return to this point frequently.