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Niesje Sigrid
@Niesje Sigrid
04/09/13 07:35:02AM
56 posts

Any polyamorous dreadies?


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

Wow, It's not cool without consent in my opinion. Everyone wants something different and that's ok, as in if some couple wants to add another woman to their relationship. But if one person wants it and the other doesn't, then you go and cheat? I've heard of some guys doing that and saying it was ok cuz he's a polygamist, but his wife/girlfriend should be polygamist too or else he's just a cheater. I'm interested in learning about the family aspect, like that show Sister Wives. I just don't want to do my research on random TV shows I find on Netflix, you know what I mean? I just thought it would be cool if I found actual people living this lifestyle and asked questions. Apparently that leads some people to tell me that I have a warped mind and need help. But whatever. I'm always learning about other people and cultures and religions and I hope I never stop learning. Thanks for the input, you guys :)

Niesje Sigrid
@Niesje Sigrid
04/08/13 04:53:22PM
56 posts

Any polyamorous dreadies?


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

Are you in a polygamist relationship now or have you been in the past? I was wondering are you for the women being in a relationship with each other as well, or each of them just with the same man?

Mike Gentry said:

I am for polygamy, polyamory not so much, because that is a much harder connection. And in our sex crazed world that line would be crossed with swingers more so than true relationships. I have no problem with it and support it, as long as it is a committed relationship. The basic idea is not to just have many but having care for others and being able to sustain a bigger family, and to lower the risk of divorce. I'm not all about the threesome idea as my reason to support polygamy, I just know that I find different women engaging, not just sexually, it is about being a more complete person

Niesje Sigrid
@Niesje Sigrid
04/08/13 02:54:06PM
56 posts

Any polyamorous dreadies?


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

I'm curious about everything I don't know :)

Larra Juab said:

Hello Niesje, I have seen and known stories about men having 2 wives, but still livesharmoniouslywith both of the wives living with him. But personally, I haven't tried that yet. May I know the reason why are you curious about it?

Niesje Sigrid
@Niesje Sigrid
04/08/13 09:25:11AM
56 posts

Any polyamorous dreadies?


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

Just curious if anyone is polyamorous or polygamous? I'm not talking about you talked your girlfriend into having a threesome for your birthday, I mean real relationships or at least wanting one. I've been curious about it, but don't know any.


updated by @Niesje Sigrid: 11/11/15 03:12:36PM
Niesje Sigrid
@Niesje Sigrid
04/08/13 08:45:06AM
56 posts

All my dreads are hidden!


Dread Maintenance

I usually sleep on my sides or belly. And I can't really keep from touching it because I have to put it up for work. I usually wear a head band or bandana, could that keep the sides from progressing?

Niesje Sigrid
@Niesje Sigrid
04/04/13 08:52:10AM
56 posts

All my dreads are hidden!


Dread Maintenance

I've made some great progress and I have 5 dreads now, but you can't see any of them! They're all in the back and hidden in my loose hair. The sides aren't dreading at all it seems like. Am I possibly doing something to prevent it dreading? Or maybe there is something I can do to help it along?


updated by @Niesje Sigrid: 01/13/15 09:50:30PM
Niesje Sigrid
@Niesje Sigrid
04/01/13 07:01:13PM
56 posts

Medical Dreadies?


Life Issues Facing Dreads

Yeah, I've hurt myself several times in nursing. I'm still recovering from a wrist injury right now. Just be careful and use good body mechanics. It doesn't hurt to be in shape. I also read that to be a firefighter I'd have to have a hairstyle that "tapered to the shape of the head" to fit the helmet. Luckily that line of work doesn't interest me in the least :) I think I'll just find some unobtrusive hats to wear and if anyone says anything just tell'em to shove it lol. What else can I do? My dreads are for life.

said:

You should be fine. Sometimes the dreads will help you connect to otherwise unruly patients and I'm sure sometimes they may put off pts.

I had a polysubstance intox pt the other day who gave night shift HELL. The first thing she said to me was that she liked my dreads. We hit it off from there. I like to think she opened up because she saw I was "different" buuuut lol I'm sure it had more to do with her sobering up. Who knows? But many patients are intrigued by them and it gives them a way to relax and just converse.

I second what Baba said though. I'm pretty sure if you have to wear a mask for your job, you will be required to brush them out. When safety is at stake you have to do what you have to do, you know? If you're just doing EMS then I bet you'll be ok but I would guess dreads are out of the question for police/firefighters who have to don gas masks/protective masks. You might look into that.

Best wishes on your EMT classes! I almost got my first responder and was considering becoming a paramedic but the thought of throwing my back scared me... so now I'm pursuing nursing... Another career path with one the highest amount of back injuries... Lol, whatever!

No matter what though, you've picked an awesome field!
Niesje Sigrid
@Niesje Sigrid
04/01/13 05:52:43PM
56 posts

Medical Dreadies?


Life Issues Facing Dreads

I do work with patients now, but I work with dementia patients and half/completely blind old people. I didn't consider that it would be different until someone said something. I also deal with their families, but they seem happy with the quality of care I give the patients and don't worry about it.

Niesje Sigrid
@Niesje Sigrid
04/01/13 05:13:02PM
56 posts

Medical Dreadies?


Life Issues Facing Dreads

I wear headscarves pretty regularly, but they aren't practical for that kind of work. I have one tam, but it's light blue. Do you think it would look professional? I don't have any professional looking scarves that would hold well without falling/needing to be retied all the time. I may have to invest in a black tam. Thanks :)

Niesje Sigrid
@Niesje Sigrid
04/01/13 04:35:42PM
56 posts

Medical Dreadies?


Life Issues Facing Dreads

I was wondering if anyone is in the medical field? I'm starting training as an EMT in May and I was told I would have to take out my lip rings and brush my dreads out. I work in nursing right now and nobody has a problem with it, but I was wondering if anyone here had issues with their dreads in the medical field? I was told they would get in the way and patients would be put off by it.


updated by @Niesje Sigrid: 01/13/15 09:50:21PM
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