ravenclaweric at gmail.com
Thu Jun 21 17:56:32 BST 2018
Personally, my own take has always been that what suits A does not
necessarily suit B or C, and forcing everybody into one mold is not good.
In my own case, insofar as I am monogamous, it's because I'm lazy, dislike
rocking boats, have had ENOUGH goddamn Grand Guignol to sate me before I
was old enough to shave and want no more of it, and so seldom find someone
I like who's not already taken that I don't want to take too many chances.
Matter of fact, since I've been in a long-distance relationship for a VERY
long time, I'd prefer to just visit Madame Xaviera's House of Negotiable
Affection when the urge was on me and call it good.
On Thu, Jun 21, 2018 at 11:44 AM, Damien Sullivan <phoenix at mindstalk.net>
> On Thu, Jun 21, 2018 at 04:04:01PM +0000, Joel Polowin wrote:
> > For me, the disturbing thing about the relationship between Cordelia,
> > Aral, and Oliver is that it was sprung on Cordelia as a surprise.
> > When she got back from Beta, she discovered that Aral and Oliver were
> > in a relationship; Aral hadn't even sent her a message. It's the lack
> My memory is that she'd basically encouraged the idea. Aral didn't tell
> her about actually making a move, which she thought of as "avoiding my
> 'helping', plus being able to bury the embarrassment if it failed"
> rather than as cheating on her.
> -xx- Damien X-)
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