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Assorted_Bits209 karma

Here's the relevant bit in case you want to read it:

"I've never been comfortable in a monogamous relationship in my life. I feel like I was built for open relationships just because of the way I function," Palmer explained. "It's not a reactive decision like, 'Hey I'm on the road, you're on the road, let's just find other people.' It was a fundamental building block of our relationship. We both like things this way."

As many in the LGBT people decide to come out in multiple ways, it is also a struggle for people in non-monogamous relationships to "come out" about the creative ways in which they have decided to craft their loving situations. I wondered how Palmer and Gaiman have negotiated their own relationship.

"Our relationship is open, and the open-ness is grounded in total honesty with one another. We're very communicative with each other and we share everything. I think that's the way you gotta do it. I can't speak for anyone but myself, and there are a million ways to love and be in a relationship," Palmer said. "But fundamentally, I think if you're going to have a really, truly loving partnership, you have to be completely transparent, communicating and sharing everything. Neil and I fall more and more in love with each other every day, and I think part of that is because we encourage each other to say more, share more, to peel ourselves open to each other in the middle of the night when the day is done and the real talking happens. It's not always easy, the peeling sometimes hurts, but the deep love it fosters is clear to see."

Assorted_Bits56 karma

Considering a Plutonian year is calculated to be just over 246 Earth years, you're safe to think is hasn't done a revolution around the sun since the 1930 discovery.

Assorted_Bits47 karma

Exemplified by this poem.

Edit: Examplified > Exemplified, since why would one want consistency?

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And prepare a new account.

Assorted_Bits38 karma

The US idea of "liberal" is pretty much at odds with "liberal" in the rest of the world, where it's usually regarded as right-wing and pro-business in economic terms.