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I learned this during yesterday's lecture:

'Ethical Sluts' develop new language of love for open relationships by Maxine Frith

Frubble: Describes the feeling of warmth and happiness when seeing one of your partners getting on well with one of your partners or one of their lovers.
Wibble: The temporary feeling of insecurity when seeing a partner being loving or close with another of their partners.
Metamour: Used to describe your relationship with one of your partner's partners.
NRE: Short for "new relationship energy" – a phrase describing how one partner behaves when starting a new relationship with a new lover.
Polyamory: Loving more than one person.
 
 
 
 
 
 
LOL!

None of these words are accepted academically right?
its actually part of the new queer movement. and these terms are created by academics. and it's being taught in many gender subjects. so in that sense, its becoming increasingly accepted academically. amazing right?