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The term lifestyle can denote the interests, opinions, behaviours, and behavioural orientations of an individual, group, or culture.
The term was originally used by Austrian psychologist Alfred Adler (1870-1937). The term was introduced in the 1950s as a derivative of that of style in modernist art.[clarification needed] The term refers to a combination of determining intangible or tangible factors. Tangible factors relate specifically to demographic variables, i.e. an individual’s demographic profile, whereas intangible factors concern the psychological aspects of an individual such as personal values, preferences, and outlooks.
A rural environment has different lifestyles compared to an urban metropolis. Location is important even within an urban scope. The nature of the neighborhood in which a person resides affects the set of lifestyles available to that person due to differences between various neighborhoods’ degrees of affluence and proximity to natural and cultural environments. For example, in areas within a close proximity to the sea, a surf culture or lifestyle can often be present.
Alternative Lifestyles – Polyamory, Kink, BDSM
Reach The UntouchableI support people in finding lifestyles and relationships that work for them. Individual and relationship therapy can support people in improving communication and negotiating boundaries. You may want to work on issues related to fetish, fantasy or lifestyle; or you may want to work on issues that are completely unrelated. Fantasies of dominance and submission (DS), BDSM, fetishes, or other desires may cause distress and problems for some people. While other people find that these desires or practices are a source of joy and strength. An advantage in seeing a specialist is that I will not make it an issue if it is not an issue for you.
Many people seek out an alternative lifestyle / Kink-Aware professional because their partner does not share their sexual preference and they want to find ways of making the relationship more compatible. Sometimes people come to get the support the need to explore the meaning of sexual fantasies in their life. And sometimes they want a person who can see past their sexuality or lifestyle and help them with life challenges such as family, work, relationship, emotional problems, and major decisions. My work is a non-judgmental and safe environment.
You have a thing or two to learn.
There are many templates for what a committed, monogamous, heterosexual relationship should look like. Everywhere we look, we see individuals engulfed in monogamous (generally heterosexual) couplehood which quite often leads to marriage.
I don’t wish to suggest that all these references to such relationships are bad in any way. But what about all of those relationship types that are not so cut and dry? Those belonging to the kink or poly (polyamorous) communities have very little to speak of in terms of role models and guidance.
Poly individuals cannot just turn on the TV and find examples of similar, healthy relationships in movies. LGBT-identified kink individuals can’t simply pick up a book and assume that the relationships within are going to be relevant to their own situations.
When your lifestyle does not fall within the range of what society deems normal, one must work a little harder to get the information needed to have it all make sense.
You have to look a little harder to find like-minded individuals. You have to be more conscientious and communicative when it comes to relationships because, let’s face it, most people assume that you rock and roll the way they do.
With that said, poly and kink individuals often seek out larger groups of like minded people, forming a community. And, because communities are broader than normal, monogomous relationships, each individual has to be more specific as to which role they identify with: straight, gay, bi, pan sexual, and so on.
The great thing about not identifying with the rest of society is that you have to be crystal clear about what you want and need in a relationship. And because this is fluid and ever changing, you have no choice but to be on top of your feelings at all times, aware and not just that but you’ve got to be able to communicate it with your partner.
The kink and poly communities live under doctrines of communication, consent and honesty.
Poly individuals need to address things like jealousy and insecurity on a regular basis because it comes up all the time when you’re actively seeking to engage in non-monogamous situations.
An ethical polyamorous individual should not be afraid, but should embrace the awkward and difficult conversations about being attracted to someone other than their primary partner (that is, if they even follow the dogma of “primary” and “secondary” partners, which is still based on a very monogamous frame).
Similarly, an individual who believes him/herself part of a kink community must address things like trust and safety on a regular basis. Most monogamous, heterosexuals don’t need to discuss these issues regularly, and I think this creates a habit of avoiding important potential problems.
Although community-focused relationships exist today, they are still a great anomaly. The most common dismissal of the poy and kink lifestyle takes the form of that common phrase, “That’s just not for me.”
My issue with this is that, sure, you may not enjoy BDSM, kinky sex, and polyamorous relationships, but these communities are not just about that. In fact, being kinky or in an open relationship does not automatically lead to being a part of a community that believes in openness, honesty, communication and consent.
Being part of the community means incorporating these doctrines in your romantic and intimate practices whether you are gay or straight, monogamous or poly, kinky or vanilla. And the truth of the matter is that our culture, with it’s emphasis on couplehood, love and romance, could really learn a lot about living authentically from these communities as well.
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