See the sad thing here, I think open relationships were created to be the anti-label.
"You're not going to be the last person I ever sleep with," she said once, minutes after an afternoon romp. sex, I guess." Could you have guessed it was a disaster?She became his polyamory protégé, and has since had four open relationships.In her second open relationship, her boyfriend already had a serious girlfriend.If she did end up in a monogamous relationship, the same thing would happen when she hit the six- or eight-month mark: she'd cheat. There she met a man at a conference who was "super polyamorous," she says.Her new partner's version of "super polyamory" was different from the secretive multiple-partner dating she'd been doing back in New York: this was all out in the open, with lots of discussions about boundaries and agreements; what was okay between them, and what was not.I’m not really sure who started it, who figured it out, or who sold the first woman on it, but open relationships, point blank mean that you’re single. Some guy came up with this term so that he could have his cake and eat it too. An open relationship is nothing more than one person not wanting to let the other person down too hard.