Some may pose the question: isn’t this just swinging?
They’ve known each other 15 years, have been married for 10 years, and love their child.
They’re laughing, talking, and ripping labels off seasonal beer bottles.
From the perspective of the traffic cruising down High Street in Clintonville, the building that houses the Columbus Insight Center appears to be nothing more than generic commercial space, indistinguishable from an orthodontist’s office or a small real-estate firm.
But inside the unassuming brick building, Poly Columbus has become the epicenter of the local polyamorous community.
A couple sits at a high-top table near a bar at the Courtyard Marriott hotel on the west side of Columbus.
I met Andy the previous day, and he introduces me to his wife, Megan.
Others don’t do any of those things; take what you know about relationships and throw it in a blender.
It’s a lovers’ Rubik’s cube, the shifting parts interlocked yet ever-changing, except there’s no predefined perfect combination.
Unlike many servicemen, he didn’t have to leave his wife and kid alone while he was away.