“One big orgy”: That’s the stereotype about the lifestyle of consensual non-monogamy — an arrangement where committed partners agree to have relationships with other people. But people who have practiced non-monogamy for years say it’s not all wild sex — or even all that wild. It takes a lot of work and carries a lot of stigma. And it’s more popular than you may think. In this episode of CBSN Originals, we’ll hear from those who are in committed, non-monogamous relationships and examine the stigma they face from family members, employers and a society that doesn’t legally recognize their relationships.