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And when you find one comrade that seems to be interested in the same stuff you are, and that you like doing actions together and it’s all great fun, it is extremely disappointing to then discover that really your ‘comrade’ was feeling all this as a budding romance, and that if you had been into other actions and mocking what you did, he would have scorned the same stuff he did enjoy with you. Don’t bring it up and keep it up until she caves in and decides that yeah, sure, she’ll support your position. Also, don’t feel betrayed when she pretends to agree to shut you up, then persists with her heresy at broader meetings. Accept it, you’re as self-absorbed as the rest of us.
I take my examples out of the worst working class coming of age litterature to stress the fact the “pressure to really be working-class” which sometimes exists among some anarchists really does not help. Talk about your daddy issues with your dad, your men issues with other men, etc. So, you love feminism, so you think men should be less manly and open up about their feelings. Tip: women also find it really hard to express what they are feeling.
Likewise, my boyfriend has close and intimate friendships with people whom he was once sexually involved with.
Despite our commitment to one another, we also give each another room for those other intimate relationships.
Whether you enjoy your relationships without hierarchy, or if you love the romance of committing yourself to one person who comes before everyone else, there’s one line from the relationship anarchy manifesto, in the section named “Trust is better,” that’s so soothing that I have to share it: “Choosing to assume that your partner does not wish you harm leads you down a much more positive path than a distrustful approach where you need to be constantly validated by the other person to trust that they are there with you in the relationship,” Nordgren writes.
Relationship anarchy is a label used by some polyamorous people, but not all relationship anarchists identify as polyamorists.
"Hierarchical poly" is what most of us think of when we consider polyamory: In a hierarchical poly situation you have a primary partner, which is a relationship that may even appear monogamous to outsiders, but you also have secondary partners.
The term “relationship anarchy” was probably coined by Andie Nordgren, a Swedish activist who wrote the relationship anarchy manifesto in 2012.
Nordgren explains that “love is abundant, and every relationship is unique.” Nordgren suggests that love is not a finite resource and asks you to “customize your commitments” and design your own relationship responsibilities based on desire rather than societal pressure.