Mya, I really don't like to single anyone out, I guess.
This is more a question of whether we are, de facto, changing the definition of poly to include this type of relationship model. Because if we are, then I am going to have to add a whole 'nother set of questions to folks during the "getting to know what type of poly person you are" discussion.
I do know that there are a lot of folks who have overlapping interests, and I am certainly not trying to cast any aspersions on that.
Maybe this is just me being curmudgeonly (and that's not beyond the bounds of possibility, given my life right now), maybe not - was just looking for some feedback...
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