Tag Archives: couple privilege

  1. Entering an existing relationship: What’s the problem?


    September 9, 2014 by aggiesez

    It’s quite common for poly folk to talk about “entering an existing relationship.” I used to say that too. I …
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  2. Back to poly basics, forward to possibilities


    June 11, 2014 by aggiesez

    Something cool happened to me, and it’s giving me some new stuff to say here in the SoloPoly blog. In …
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  3. Civil unions are cool, even though they only solve part of the couple privilege problem


    May 1, 2013 by aggiesez

    Here in Colorado last night I accompanied two friends to the local County Clerk’s office at midnight to celebrate them …
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  4. Couple privilege: Having it doesn’t necessarily make you an asshole (but it might)


    February 5, 2013 by aggiesez

    It’s surprisingly hard to talk about any kind of privilege — and that’s no accident. Privilege lives in the background. …
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  5. The gift of owning up after a breakup (guest post)


    December 24, 2012 by aggiesez

    I’ve been putting a fair amount work into this blog, and I’m startinig to feel like it’s really worth the …
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  6. Straight up thanks: What happens when people who have relationship privilege stand up for those who lack it


    November 14, 2012 by aggiesez

    On this week’s Savage Love podcast, sex columnist Dan Savage gave a hearty and much-deserved round of thanks to all …
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  7. Polyamory Weekly mention, and why couples should care about couple privilege


    September 10, 2012 by aggiesez

    Many thanks to my friend Cunning Minx for spending a chunk of this week’s Polyamory Weekly podcast telling her many …
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  8. Poly couples: What do you really have to offer new partners?

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    September 5, 2012 by aggiesez

    In any relationship, from intimate partners to business partners, everyone always wants to know: What’s in it for me? A …
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