Workable, agreed-upon multi-relating is certainly getting more attention than at any time since the 1970s, and in healthier, more mature, more sustainable forms.
When it comes to books I really recomend Distress by Greg Egan.
And of course no anarchist is unfamiler with the movie FIGHT CLUB which is much better as a movie then it is as a book.
The new terms "monogamish" (popularized by Dan Savage), "flexogamy" (from Cosmopolitan), and "The New Monogamy" (the title of a book by Tammy Nelson coming out next January) refer to even more tentative dabblings with outside liaisons.
For instance, here's a local TV news report on "monogamish" couples that aired last Monday on ABC-2 News in Baltimore.
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Over time we learn more about you and what you are really looking for in that special someone.The latter in particular makes a compelling case from anthropology and other sciences that we have evolved by nature for a life of easy nonmonogamy, a fact that we ignore at our misery and peril.Getting the most public interest are, naturally, the multi-relationship styles on the least radical end of the poly spectrum: those that challenge the fewest other cultural assumptions.While no two people are alike, we use our judgement and experience to try and connect you with someone you might really like.As our name suggests, we are focused on helping you meet singles throughout the area.Naming parties tend to gravitate towards sillier or complex names.