Alternative Relationships

Alternatives to Monogamy

Though it might raise eyebrows to suggest bisexuality, polyamory, and other alternative sexual lifestyles as a form of birth control, they are a viable sex-positive option for some couples.

Bisexuality or non-traditional 'queer' fantasies are shared by many adults.

Polyamory or Ethically Non-Monogamous Relationships

Orgy
Poly-amorous Orgy!

There are also strong arguments for the fact that many adults are not born monogamous. If given the freedom and opportunity a large number of people would choose alternatives to monogamy.

This is a great time to share stories from the past or not yet-fulfilled fantasies with a partner. Be sure to discuss the "no judgment" policy before plunging into past experiences or secret fantasies!

This flow of conversation can lead to a fulfilling love life based on honesty and closeness with one's partner.

Alternative Relationships Threesome
Alternative Relationships Threesome - Japan

In terms of natural birth control, here are just a few of the possibilities if a couple is open to polyamorous or bisexual connections:

  • When the woman is in her most fertile stage, she may decide to concentrate her affection on her female partner rather than the male.
  • The male may also find comfort in using this time to experiment with other men and become more well-acquainted with his sexuality if that is his inclination.

If one or both partners are bisexual, then the options for planning a varied love life around the different cycles of fertility are boundless!

Bisexuality

If a woman or a couple are comfortable with exploring their sexuality then it offers another choice of sexual play or fantasy during a woman's fertile time. This can mean same-sex experiences ranging from threesomes to polyamory.

Bisexual Relationships
Sapphic Birth Control

Whether you act out same-sex sexual experiences or remain in fantasy. That is your choice! Exploring erotic acts with the same or other genders and sexes can open your mind and body to new sexual experiences, acts, and possibly new preferences.

In an infamous report by Alfred Kinsey (1948), it was found that most people are somewhere on a sliding scale regarding their sexual orientation.

In many couples, there may be a partner with tendencies or experiences not confined to heterosexuality.

A person may not know what they do or don't like until they try it. The result may be surprising! Many people, both men and women have sexual tendencies or attractions outside of heterosexuality, however, muted they may be.

You or your partner exploring your sexuality with other genders can liven and bring explosive passion to your relationship!

At the very least, it allows either partner to explore sexuality during your fertile time!

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Sometimes, the issues of jealousy are too much for connecting with others on an emotional as well as physical level.