May 3, 2016
Our culture is steepedinnotions of traditional romance. In so many love songs wehear,"You're the only one for me." Our movies, TV shows, and dozensofother art forms idolize the couple, the soulmates, thestar-crossedlovers. Our notions of "romance" are still heavily tiedup tosexual exclusivity. If you have multiple partners, how do yougetall mushy and romantic when you can't fall back on theusualmonogamous phrases? In this episode, we examine the ways thatartand media shape our views of romance, as well as ways to makeyourpartners feel special and cared for outside of the languageofexclusivity.
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