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” in a despairing tone, and that was about my response to the whole polyamory concept. But that metaphor is too weak: there’s still racism, a black kid in an all white school district probably feels really out of place, there are still even fights over segregated proms. Imagine a space-time rift brings a 19th-century Know-Nothing to your doorstep.And now seven months after moving to Berkeley I’m dating three people. He starts debating you on the relative merits and costs of allowing Irish people to mix with the rest of American society.I sympathize with it because it was exactly my response when Alicorn told me about polyamory two years ago or so (I can’t remember if I got it from IM conversations with her or from reading her essay).For a twenty-eight year old, I am really good at sighing and saying “Kids these days! I was going to make an analogy to desegregation here, how white people thought having black kids in their schools would be a disaster, and then it happened, and the world didn’t collapse into a hell dimension or anything, and after a few years it just seemed like the normal order.But I get upset with/jealous of public displays of affection in general, even among people I don’t know, and it’s very hard for me to disentangle this feeling from jealousy and it could have just been my imagination.As opposed to this tiny-to-nonexistant role of jealousy, I think pretty much everyone here has experienced compersion.Alicorn makes a big deal about poly-hacking and having to valiantly overcome some sort of strong natural tendency to switch from monogamous to polyamorous relationships. It just seemed like once the entire culture was no longer uniting to tell me polyamory was something bizarre and different and special, it wasn’t. I didn’t even remember how weird it seemed to everyone else until the last few weeks. Then someone commented on a blog post of mine with something about polyamory, spelling it poly-“amor”-y the whole time, as if there couldn’t possibly be any real love involved. But the singular of anecdote is “enough data to disprove a universal negative claim”.

But more than that, I sympathize with his response.And all this despite Mike having two other girlfriends and Alicorn having three other boyfriends including one who lives with her.I can’t even get angry with people who say polyamory is incompatible with true love. You don’t really want to argue with them so much as take them to a zoo, after which you are confident they will realize their mistake. The other thing people always bring up is the jealousy issue.Not one single natural ingredient has me quite as verklempt as borax. ” Not surprising, all of the confusion, given the severe lack of cohesive information out there about the safety of borax.Nearly every “green cleaning” site lists it as a wonder cleaner. The Borax Council has done a terrible job at educating the public. I think I’ve gotten to the bottom of most of it, though, and maybe what I’ve found will help you make a decision as to whether you want to use it in your green cleaning (and beauty) routine … Borax, also known (most predominately in the way we’re talking about right now) as sodium tetraborate, is a boron mineral and salt that’s mined directly from the ground. That’s where the majority of the online confusion appears. Let me tell you what some other people say, though: You confused yet? People even take borax as a supplement and swear by it (I am NOT recommending you do this).