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Old 08-11-2009, 03:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Fidelia View Post
Since the word polyamory is rooted in the Greek as "many loves" the answer is yes. It is possible.
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"Multiple" is as good a definition of the Greek "poly" as any, and since the word "many" implies or evokes more than just two..., and because some polyfolk have two loves (or three, but less than "many"), I prefer to define polyamory in terms of multiple loves.

Having MANY "romantic" loves can be dauntingly challenging, and defining polyamory in terms of "many" is probably a bad PR strategy! Folks may find it easier to believe in our capacity to love "several" ... but MANY?!
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