Quiz: Should You Be in an Open Relationship?

Quiz: Should You Be in an Open Relationship?

Quiz: Should You Be in an Open Relationship?

First comes love, then comes marriage then comes…polyamory? Have you ever wondered if an open relationship is for you? Celebs like Will & Jada, Mo’Nique & her husband, and even Brangelina have been open about dabbling in this lifestyle. It’s not just the rich and famous though, with more people engaging openly in alternative relationship structures, it has left some wondering if an open relationship could be for them. Well, we’re here to help you navigate these questions with our newest quiz: Should You Be in an Open Relationship.

Brief History of Open Relationships and Polyamory

You may think this is a newer “trend” to come about in recent years. The truth is, a form of polyamory (along with polygamy) has been around since The Greeks! The original King of Polyamory, Hugh Hefner, opened the world’s eyes with his Playboy bunnies. Soon after, it was a time of “Big Love” when you turned on your TV. Now, the conversation is becoming more mainstream.

The Perfect Combo

Many times people think there are only two options available – A or B. Don’t forget though, there there are 26 letters in the alphabet for a reason! So many combinations are available and once you find the right one, you can make poetry. Our quiz will help you to gain insight and open your eyes to all of the possibilities relationships can have.

The big question remains: should you be in an open relationship? Are you open minded? Do you have a wandering eye? Does the idea of seeing your partner kiss someone else turn you on? Take our full quiz to answer these questions and more to find out where you fall in line with one of our five potential outcomes. We want to hear from you so be sure to share your results with us!

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