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Polyamory Sites and People
I stumbled on some of these sites initially by accident. I did not know there was a word "palymory". I reviewed the many reflections of the people who generated these sites. I have found that they are quite a bit more conscience of there actions and interests than a lot of people. I have very little jealous tendencies and feel that jealousy stems from ones own insecurities. Fortunately I have loved many. Few of those were on a sexual level, but I was quite careful and selective with those that I developed a relationship with. Unfortunately I am reminded too often, that it is better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all. Through these various relationships, I have seen too much of the weaknesses that cause relationships to fail. I keep looking for what it takes to strengthen them. You may feel that I am condoning infidelity by developing this page. That is not my intent. Like any of life's experiences, there the good, bad, and ugly. I am just trying to develop my view points and grow from them. I hope that you will find what you are looking for from the following links and people.


*What's polyamory, then? (Glad you asked that. ;-) ) Polyamory means "loving more than one". This love may be sexual, emotional, spiritual, or any combination thereof, according to the desires and agreements of the individuals involved, but you needn't wear yourself out trying to figure out ways to fit fondness for apple pie, or filial piety, or a passion for the Saint Paul Saints baseball club into it. "Polyamorous" is also used as a descriptive term by people who are open to more than one relationship even if they are not currently involved in more than one. (Heck, some are involved in less than one.) Some people think the definition is a bit loose, but it's got to be fairly roomy to fit the wide range of poly arrangements out there.

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