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wonderfulworld 02-11-2012 03:04 AM

Just joined
 
Hi there, I just joined the fresh discovered forum.

After reading about "why older women" I decided that I wanted to join.

I check out polyamory since some years - mindwise - and did not know there is such a thing as polyamory. I thought "What I want - living in groups or with more than one lover - etc. is most likely weired to most people. I am most likely the only one..."

Well I am glad that there are more people on earth who like to explore polyamory. And maybe one day I will be in such a RSH.

Hopefully. :)

opalescent 02-11-2012 01:24 PM

Welcome! I hope you find the forum useful. I have!

What is a RSH?

spirit92 02-11-2012 07:21 PM

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Originally Posted by wonderfulworld (Post 124333)
Hi there, I just joined the fresh discovered forum.

After reading about "why older women" I decided that I wanted to join.

I check out polyamory since some years - mindwise - and did not know there is such a thing as polyamory. I thought "What I want - living in groups or with more than one lover - etc. is most likely weired to most people. I am most likely the only one..."

Well I am glad that there are more people on earth who like to explore polyamory. And maybe one day I will be in such a RSH.

Hopefully. :)


Thats great! i am also new here and i am very open about free love and this polyamory thought. It is something i want to try because i believe in loving many. love should be shared. there is nothing weird honestly about living with more than one lover. those who think it is wrong or weird, well thats their opinion and i respect it but we have a different perception about spreading the love :) so welcome!

neegoola 02-12-2012 02:40 PM

:) Merry Meet :)

i keep on supporting within/without me everyOne clearly or not connected to loving more form even if in this period i'm...keeping my self for me a bit... ;)

nycindie 02-13-2012 12:16 AM

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Originally Posted by opalescent (Post 124384)
What is a RSH?

I tried looking it up and didn't find anything, so I am curious too.

wonderfulworld 02-14-2012 02:42 AM

Answer to your question
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by opalescent (Post 124384)
Welcome! I hope you find the forum useful. I have!

What is a RSH?

A relationship.


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