In Paris, before WWI, two friends, Jules (Austrian) and Jim (French) fall in love with the same woman, Catherine. But Catherine loves and marries Jules. After the war, when they meet again in Germany, Catherine starts to love Jim... This is the story of three people in love, a love which does not affect their friendship, and about how their relationship evolves with the years.
A journalist is aided in his search for a woman who has been missing -- or dead -- for forty years by a young female hacker.
Mikael Blomkvist is having a relationship with his partner in the magazine, who is amarried woman whose husband knows about their relationship. He's hired to find who murdered Harriett and Lisbeth Salander the girl with the dragon tattoo) helps him and they have an affair. Harriett becomes Blomkivist's lover when she comes to the magazine board meetings. A policewoman also becomes one of Blomkvist's lovers. This is all in the open.
Join co-hosts Shira B. Katz and Gavin Katz as they talk about sex and polyamory in a realistic, down-to-earth, and bulls**t-free manner. Listen as they approach topics such as poly, nonmonogamy, sex, threesomes, compersion, and more logically and rationally.
Lily believes it is possible to have a romantic relationship with more than one person. This is a belief she acts on even though she is married. But Lily is no cheater. Nothing happens unless all parties agree. That is, until they don’t all agree. Through a chance meeting, Ava is excited to have potentially found happiness in Lily after years in a difficult marriage. Equally thrilled, Lily flies across the Midwest to spend a month with Ava. However, Lily has one big challenge: remain platonic until she is able to convince Ava’s husband, Carson, that love does not have to be limited to two. Lily's presence in their lives stirs up arguments and secrets which Ava and Carson haven't faced in years. It also causes issues in Lily's own marriage that she never knew existed to come to the surface. Forced under one roof, Lily, Ava, Carson, and Dominic try to abide by their own rules of what is right and wrong. But when unintended passions rise, no one is able to walk away.