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· Polyamory and Open Relationships · Polyamory · Responsible Non-monogamy · Ethical Non-Monogamy · Bisexual and Lesbian Polyamorous The Seattle Polyamory Meetup group is the original, all-inclusive social group for those who identify as polyamorous, who practice ethical non-monogamy, or even as poly-friendly.
Everyone is welcome regardless of gender, sexual preference, race, religion, economic factors, or body ability. The most basic definition of polyamory is one of “many loves”. There are many ways of practicing polyamory, and no one way is the “right” way, but polyamorists tend to agree that their relationships are based upon the tenets of open communication, honesty, and respect for themselves and their partners. Polyamory is NOT engaging in relationships (sexual or otherwise) without the knowledge and consent of your partner(s).
Polyamory does not promote or excuse “cheating” or other unethical behavior. The Poly Social Meetup that happens at the Wayward Coffeehouse every second Tuesdays is primarily a social event.
People use it as an opportunity to hang out and chat with others about a variety of topics.
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