monogamish (not comparable)
- Mostly monogamous, but allowing for occasional infidelities.
2012, Charlotte J. Patterson, Ph.D., Anthony R. D'Augelli, Ph.D., Handbook of Psychology and Sexual Orientation, ISBN 0199765219, page 25:
- In 2008, Dr. Sarit A. Golub, a member of our research group, coined the term “monogamish” to describe situations such as this, in which the relationship is neither monogamous nor open, but closer to monogamy than not, and our recent research has confirmed this unique relationship arrangement and suggests gay men in monogamish relationships report low levels of sexual risk and high levels or relationship satisfaction (Parsons et al, in press).
2013 April 24, Senses, Two, “Two Sense: Is My Fiancé Lying?”, in 7x7SF, retrieved 2013-05-05:
- Assuming he denies this story, use it as a jumping-off point to discuss the difference between monogamy and monogamish.