History Main / PolyAmory

10th Nov '17 4:34:53 PM NubianSatyress
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If it's just hinted at, it's ThreesomeSubtext. If it's not canon but fans {{ship|pingTropes}} it, see OneTrueThreesome. If it's just sex, not full-on relationships, see ThreeWaySex. If one partner receives preferential treatment over the others, then the former is TopWife and the latter are a SupportingHarem Compare BiTheWay.[[note]]Not every case of SupportingHarem qualifies, though; it '''must''' involve a MarryThemAll resolution.[[/note]]

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If it's just hinted at, it's ThreesomeSubtext. If it's not canon but fans {{ship|pingTropes}} it, see OneTrueThreesome. If it's just sex, not full-on relationships, see ThreeWaySex. Compare BiTheWay. If one partner receives preferential treatment over the others, then the former is TopWife and the latter are a SupportingHarem Compare BiTheWay.[[note]]Not every case of SupportingHarem qualifies, though; it '''must''' involve a MarryThemAll resolution.[[/note]]
10th Nov '17 3:35:48 PM Mdjj1996
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If it's just hinted at, it's ThreesomeSubtext. If it's not canon but fans {{ship|pingTropes}} it, see OneTrueThreesome. If it's just sex, not full-on relationships, see ThreeWaySex. If one partner receives preferential treatment over the others, then the former is TopWife and the latter are a SupportingHarem.[[note]]Not every case of SupportingHarem qualifies, though; it '''must''' involve a MarryThemAll resolution.[[/note]]

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If it's just hinted at, it's ThreesomeSubtext. If it's not canon but fans {{ship|pingTropes}} it, see OneTrueThreesome. If it's just sex, not full-on relationships, see ThreeWaySex. If one partner receives preferential treatment over the others, then the former is TopWife and the latter are a SupportingHarem.SupportingHarem Compare BiTheWay.[[note]]Not every case of SupportingHarem qualifies, though; it '''must''' involve a MarryThemAll resolution.[[/note]]
27th Oct '17 2:11:32 AM PaulA
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* ''Comicbook/TheIncredibleHercules'' establishes that besides being a {{Casanova}} that beds any number of women he can, Hercules has several steady girlfriends all over the world. After his death at the end of the series, Venus and Namora find this out when they visit houses or businesses that Hercules has bought or built himself, each of which houses or employs a woman who loves Hercules and is shattered and heartbroken by his passing.

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* ''Comicbook/TheIncredibleHercules'' establishes that besides being a {{Casanova}} that TheCasanova who beds any number of women he can, Hercules has several steady girlfriends all over the world. After his death at the end of the series, Venus and Namora find this out when they visit houses or businesses that Hercules has bought or built himself, each of which houses or employs a woman who loves Hercules and is shattered and heartbroken by his passing.
27th Oct '17 1:44:34 AM jormis29
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* Another one from Woody Allen. When Melodie's disapproving mother Marietta shows up in ''Whatever Works,'' [[spoiler:she goes on to date two men that agree to share her.]]

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* Another one from Woody Allen. When Melodie's disapproving mother Marietta shows up in ''Whatever Works,'' ''Film/WhateverWorks'', [[spoiler:she goes on to date two men that agree to share her.]]
23rd Oct '17 3:29:13 PM MarqFJA
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If it's just hinted at, it's ThreesomeSubtext. If it's not canon but fans {{ship|pingTropes}} it, see OneTrueThreesome. If it's just sex, not full-on relationships, see ThreeWaySex. May develop into a case of the SupportingHarem if one partner receives preferential treatment over the others. Not to be confused with [[AdaptiveArmor Poly]]''[[AdaptiveArmor armory]]''. Polygamy is a subtype of polyamory, as it means more that one ''spouse'', while with polyamory, marriage and dating ''both'' count. Though real life polyamorists try to disassociate these two as the word "polygamy" has some… messy implications.

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If it's just hinted at, it's ThreesomeSubtext. If it's not canon but fans {{ship|pingTropes}} it, see OneTrueThreesome. If it's just sex, not full-on relationships, see ThreeWaySex. May develop into a case of the SupportingHarem if If one partner receives preferential treatment over the others. others, then the former is TopWife and the latter are a SupportingHarem.[[note]]Not every case of SupportingHarem qualifies, though; it '''must''' involve a MarryThemAll resolution.[[/note]]

Not to be confused with [[AdaptiveArmor Poly]]''[[AdaptiveArmor armory]]''. Polygamy is a subtype of polyamory, as it means more that one ''spouse'', while with polyamory, marriage and dating ''both'' count. Though real life polyamorists try to disassociate these two as the word "polygamy" has some… messy implications.
23rd Oct '17 3:10:16 PM MarqFJA
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* ExoticExtendedMarriage, when polyamory/non-monogamy is the norm for a foreign/nonhuman culture rather than an oddity.

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* ExoticExtendedMarriage, when polyamory/non-monogamy is the norm normal, if not ''the'' norm, for a foreign/nonhuman culture rather than an oddity.a fringe practice.
23rd Oct '17 3:05:18 PM MarqFJA
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* ExoticExtendedMarriage, when polyamory/non-monogamy is the norm for a foreign/nonhuman culture rather than an oddity.



* ExoticExtendedMarriage, when polyamory/non-monogamy is the norm for a foreign/nonhuman culture rather than an oddity.
23rd Oct '17 3:04:15 PM MarqFJA
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If they come to this conclusion to resolve a LoveTriangle or LoveDodecahedron, then it may be the subtrope MarryThemAll. When a foreign or alien culture is particularly accepting of this, you may get ExoticExtendedMarriage, another subtrope.

If it's just hinted at, it's ThreesomeSubtext. If it's not canon but fans {{ship|pingTropes}} it, see OneTrueThreesome. If it's just sex, not full-on relationships, see ThreeWaySex. May develop into a case of the SupportingHarem if one partner receives preferential treatment over the others. Not to be confused with [[AdaptiveArmor Poly]]''[[AdaptiveArmor armory]]''. Polygamy is a subtrope of polyamory, as it means more that one ''spouse'', while with polyamory, marriage and dating ''both'' count. Though real life polyamorists try to disassociate these two as the word "polygamy" has some… messy implications.

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If they come to this conclusion to resolve Subtropes:
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* MarryThemAll, when
a LoveTriangle or LoveDodecahedron, then it may be the subtrope MarryThemAll. When a foreign or alien culture LoveDodecahedron is particularly accepting of this, you may get resolved by coming to this conclusion.
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ExoticExtendedMarriage, another subtrope.

when polyamory/non-monogamy is the norm for a foreign/nonhuman culture rather than an oddity.
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If it's just hinted at, it's ThreesomeSubtext. If it's not canon but fans {{ship|pingTropes}} it, see OneTrueThreesome. If it's just sex, not full-on relationships, see ThreeWaySex. May develop into a case of the SupportingHarem if one partner receives preferential treatment over the others. Not to be confused with [[AdaptiveArmor Poly]]''[[AdaptiveArmor armory]]''. Polygamy is a subtrope subtype of polyamory, as it means more that one ''spouse'', while with polyamory, marriage and dating ''both'' count. Though real life polyamorists try to disassociate these two as the word "polygamy" has some… messy implications.
18th Oct '17 12:53:59 PM Woodrobin
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* Professor Marston and the Wonder Women explores the relationship between William Moulton Marston, Elizabeth Marston, and Olive Byrne, and its effect on the creation of the lie detector (which the Marstons invented) and Wonder Woman (which Mr. Marston created and wrote under the pseudonym William Moulton). See Real Life, below.

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* Professor Marston and the Wonder Women ''Film/ProfessorMarstonAndTheWonderWomen'' explores the relationship between William Moulton Marston, Elizabeth Marston, and Olive Byrne, and its effect on the creation of the lie detector (which the Marstons invented) and Wonder Woman (which Mr. Marston created and wrote under the pseudonym William Moulton). See Real Life, below.
18th Oct '17 12:52:27 PM Woodrobin
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* Professor Marston and the Wonder Women explores the relationship between William Moulton Marston, Elizabeth Marston, and Olive Byrne, and its effect on the creation of the lie detector (which the Marstons invented) and Wonder Woman (which Mr. Marston created and wrote under the pseudonym William Moulton). See Real Life, below.
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