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“Those things can happen, but that is not the everyday reality.” Cassidy examines three core principles when clients come to her: what kind of non-monogamy they want to explore, why those people are choosing polyamory and what those clients envision five or 10 years down the road.Because it’s a numbers game, Cassidy prefers one-on-one sessions via Skype. “One of the most complex sessions I’ve ever had,” she said.One plus one doesn’t necessarily equal two in the Beatch household.Robin and Brandon Beatch have been married for four years and have two kids under the age of five.That term means that friends, lovers and acquaintances are all looked at the same, with the same amount of love and attention.
“Some call it simply ethical non-monogamy.” Polyamory recently received the big screen treatment with the release of the Hollywood film Professor Marston and the Wonder Women.For Stan, it was a film about open relationships that led him and his wife to open up their marriage.“For me it wasn’t so much a change,” Brandon added.Members of Vancouver’s poly community were invited to an advance screening in early October, and, by extension, invited to offer snapshots of their lives with the Courier.
Brandon and Stan both opted for the poly side of life in the early 2000s.
Sexual fantasies, impulses and, in some cases, cheating become the catalyst for change.