Sunday, September 20



1. Triadic group sex.

4. A geometric figure with three sides and three angles.

9. A pun to indicate having so many lovers that one is not currently seeking or open to new partners.

11. An umbrella acronym which refers to a broad range of power exchange practices such as bondage,dominance and submission,and or sadomasochism.

16. A Term coined in mid 80's by Zhahai Stewart to refer to the intense and addictive bio-chemical rush of falling in love. Relationships are said to become more sustainable or to dissolve after NRE wears off.

21. Sounds like the name of a bank, doesn’t it? This term was Coined in the late 70's by Kerista community in San Francisco. It refers to a relationship of more than two individuals who have made a commitment to keep sexual contact exclusive within the group. In other words, they restrict sexual activity with outside partners. More partners can be added with everyone's consent.

23. The partner who has seniority or the strongest bond. They are considered the highest priority and given the most time and energy. Often primary partners live together or are committed by marriage or ceremony.

24. Someone who is attracted to both sexes.

25. A sexual exchange involving more than two participants at the same time. Also known as an Orgy.


2. A new term defined by Dossie Easton and Catherine A. Liszt. A slut as "a person of any gender who has the courage to lead life according to the radical proposition that sex is nice and pleasure is good for you." It refers to anyone willing to engage and accept the pleasure of sex in ethical and open way.

3. An umbrella term for ethical non-exclusive relationships such as swinging and polyamory, this term implies there are explicit agreements, especially around safe sex.

4. Three people involved in a loving relationship with any combination of intimate bonds. An EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE is where three people are equally involved with both of the others.

5. A word createdfrom the literal Greek roots "Many Loves."

6. A four way relationship, typically referring to two couples together or a foursome actually in relationship.

7. Any relationship in which partners are allowing the exchange of bodily fluids and having barrier-free intercourse.

8. When condoms are not used in the primary relationship, but are used when having sex with other people. In other words, the couple practices safe sex with everyone else.

10. Not knowing french, Kamala Devi misspelled this word and therefore you get a freebie: Ménage à trois is the French term describing a domestic arrangement in which three people having sexual relations occupy the same household.

12. The second relationship in terms of time or priority.

13. This term was coined by the ZEGG community in Germany this term refers to the positive feelings one gets when a lover is enjoying another relationship. Also referred to as the opposite of "jealous" feelings.

14. A committed partnership, sometimes a marriage, where both partners are open to active sexual and/or intimate relationships with other people.

15. A three-person relationship where one person has two lovers, but those two lovers are not as closely connected with each other. Geometric arrangements involving four persons can be described as an “N” or “Z”.

17. A marriage in which men have multiple wives who may live together or each may have their own homes.

18. Often refered to as “THE LIFESTYLE” used to be called “WIFE SWAPPING.” Includes a wide range of sexual activities commonly conducted as an organised social activity between three or more people. It’s often engaged in by a primary couple and can be seen as a modified version of monogamy, involving sexual exploration without romantic or emotional bonds. Friendships and Bisexuality amongst women are considered OK but usually male homosexuality is usually not. The Lifestyle subculture has it’s own conferences, gatherings, parties, magazines, websites, email groups.

19. A marriage in which individuals have multiple spouses. Also known as a Plural Marriage.

20. is a Sanskrit word that literally means “expansion through awareness.” An esoteric and embodied spiritual discipline that involves an integration of the opposites. Western Tantra Partners may practice sacred sex to worship the goddess or transcend the sensual experiences of the body together.

22. When the primary partner is given the power to approve or veto any outside relationships. If the primary partner does not approve, then the new relationship is not allowed to continue.

All Rights Reserved by Kamala Devi This Crossword Puzzel was created by Kamala devi for her forthcoming book: Open Relationship: Can you really afford free love?

All Rights Reserved by Kamala Devi This Crossword Puzzel was created by Kamala devi for her forthcoming book: Open Relationship: Can you really afford free love?

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