Question: What is Enm?

Ethical non-monogamy (ENM) is the practice of taking part in romantic relationships that are not completely exclusive between two people. ENM can present in a relationship in many different ways. It may involve one person acting outside of the relationship or both parties doing that.

What does Enm stand for?

Ethical Non-Monogamy Lets start with a definition so that were on the same page. Ethical Non-Monogamy (ENM) - also known as Consensual Non-Monogamy - is defined as “a committed romantic relationship wherein all partners consent to sexual and/or romantic encounters with other consenting individuals”.

Is Enm different than poly?

An umbrella term that encompasses polyamory, open relationships, swinging, solo poly, relationship anarch, and poly-fi relationships, ENM is sometimes referred to as “consensual” or “responsible” non-monogamy.

What is an ENM couple?

Ethical non-monogamy (ENM) is the practice of taking part in romantic relationships that are not completely exclusive between two people. It may involve only sexual connections with others, only romantic connections, or both romantic and sexual connections.

What is Enm relationship?

Ethical non-monogamy (ENM) is the practice of taking part in romantic relationships that are not completely exclusive between two people. ENM can present in a relationship in many different ways. It may involve one person acting outside of the relationship or both parties doing that.

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