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But they take care to maintain their independence and autonomy.They tend to be fearless about rooting out unexamined assumptions and spreading them on the table under a bright light for discussion.This, she said, is called "unicorn hunting." Sheff's former husband introduced her to the idea of polyamory with exactly this intention.He wanted another woman to sleep with, but he didn't particularly want her to be able to meet other men."He thought he was so edgy and out there, and we could have a wife the two of us together."As it turns out, it's every straight boy's fantasy. And when he didn't get what he wanted, he had a tantrum, and didn't want to do it anymore." When couples can't find a unicorn, Sheff said it's common that the woman has actually started to quite enjoy the freedom of polyamory.
"She's known as 'the unicorn' because she's so rare, and almost mythical," Sheff told Business Insider.The series stars a 28-year-old divorcee named Annie who decides to explore her sexuality and expand her relatively vanilla horizons by dating couples looking for a third.But missing from the show’s premise is a darker truth to the concept of the unicorn. As any bisexual woman who’s spent time on a dating app knows, she’s a fantasy come to life, a person willing to show up for a night of excitement and quietly disappear immediately after, a third who’ll ignite a couple’s passions without complicating their emotions.And there's always been loads about the topic in the poly community itself. ● A deeper, more radical analysis gets to the root on The Mouthy Non-Monogamist's blog: Why couples looking for a third drive polyamorous people stir crazy (Jan.1, 2018): Hetero couples seeking another woman to “add to their relationship” represent what happens when people steeped in toxic monogamy culture encounter polyamory.