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aurora 05-01-2011 08:38 AM

Hi Everyone,

Just wondering if there are any more experienced poly's in south east melbourne who want to show a newbie the ropes of being a poly and how to make it work? :)

Looking for anyone who wants to help a newbie to this world explore herself and her sexuality, girls or boys, message me to talk more. ;)

Happy with just a conversation, chat or maybe more....? :rolleyes:


abitofanerd 06-24-2011 06:39 AM

Any luck?
Just dipping my toes in at the moment - wondered if you had any insights?

gurudave 08-22-2011 01:57 PM

well hi to all.
Dave here from perth. Id love to share what I've been living for over twenty years. I love who I am when I'm true to myself.

naturallementz 09-09-2011 12:45 PM


mildendo 09-11-2011 05:50 AM

Poly in Australia
If you are looking for a group in Australia which covers all areas go to polyoz.net.au & they should be able to assist.

Rock84 12-01-2011 11:43 AM

HEy there, I'm new to this site but have been poly for a few years now, just got out of a 4+ year poly relationship. Willing to get in touch with anyone who wants some more info.


polandrylady 01-04-2012 08:16 PM

i've been there a lot
I've been there a lot. I didn't find many groups, so sorry I can't help.
Did you ever find a group?

heartforge 11-23-2012 11:20 AM

I haven't found any groups yet, but haven't looked too hard either (got enough on my plate with my own complicated relationship).

Still, I thought I'd say hello anyway. It's nice to have a conversation with people based in MELBOURNE (oi oi oi).

Keep us posted with some of your experiences/adventures if you find some people to have them with (I'm sure you will).

heartforge 11-24-2012 12:52 AM

... and he swung his stockwhip 'round and gave a cheer...
I'd be happy to share some of my experiences, for what they're worth. I get the impression that every polyamorist/open relationship experience is unique, and some people's experiences are widely divergent from those of other people.

Our marriage has only been open for a few months, so I only have limited experience of that. Still, I have many years' experience at using emotional intelligence and communication to resolve relationship issues, and these last few months have been so emotionally intense that it feels like we've been doing it for much longer. When it's good it's unbelievably fun, sexy, and strangely emotionally nourishing, when it's bad it's f*cked, but I'm willing to ride that wild brumby like a torrent down its bed, 'cause I like a bit of intensity in life. That's when I feel like I'm living life with my whole being. That's what I'll be remembering on my death bed with a secret smile (if I haven't lost my marbles, in which case I'll be telling my grandkids all about threesomes...).

Opensteve 02-26-2013 11:13 PM

Hi .
Myself and my wife have been living this kind if relationship for 10 years now, it works for us and keeps the spark in our relationship. We are in Melbourne to in the west, email me on vdubdub@live.com.au
Steve x

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