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Old 08-01-2011, 02:11 PM
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thanks, nycindie! i appreciate all of your gifts scattered about the forum.
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I am so happy I stumbled across this forum/site! I've found so many great resources that I can share with my poly friends. Thank you!

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Old 10-20-2011, 06:45 AM
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I just realized that when I bolded the link in my previous post, I put the bold code in between the URL brackets, which screwed up the link. Here is the correct URL: www.polyamorysociety.org/tools.html. Sorry!
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- www.Okcupid.com is a dating website with a free option. There is no field for a poly person, but there is a field for sexual orientation you can search on. Some people have "polyamory" in their profile, some do not. But I have heard there are a few poly people on there.

- Fetlife.com is a social website, but they have forums (called "groups") for dating ads. Some are not specific to a region, some groups are specific to a region. Look for your state, province or country along with the word "polyamory". Example: Kansas polyamory.

Please note: not all groups are appropriate for placing ads. Read the group header first for rules.
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Old 10-28-2011, 12:07 AM
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okcupid and fetlife aren'y really poly sites. one is for anybody and theother is for bdsm. they have poly but not only poly so i think
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okcupid and fetlife aren'y really poly sites. one is for anybody and theother is for bdsm. they have poly but not only poly so i think
I'd say that okcupid is poly friendly.. which I certainly think is a good start :-)
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Franklin Veaux, creator of www.xeromag.com now has a site specifically dedicated to polyamory, it is http://www.morethantwo.com/ . There are new articles here which won't be making it to xeromag although everything from xeromag is at morethantwo.

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On facebook, there's a group page now called "GAY Polyamory": http://www.facebook.com/groups/37434993522/
I've joined it recently and trying to get it more active.

Also, a fellow up in Portland, OR, has started a blog about his same-sex poly relationship: http://gaypoly.wordpress.com
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Poly-related and common message board acronyms list:

http://polymatchmaker.com/main.mvc?S...&Page=acronyms
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4/24/2012
Okay, thought I'd update some of the links in this thread, and add more.

In NeonKaos's first post here, most of the links still work -- so check them out!

The exception is the link she had for the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom. Find it here: ncsfreedom.org

NK's link to Franklin Veaux's journal went to an old post. The main page is here: http://tacit.livejournal.com/

So, here's some more tidbits...


General information, education, & articles about polyamory:

Modern Poly

Tristan Taormino's Opening Up

Polyamory Weekly
(podcasts)

The Polyamory Society

More Than Two: Polyamory from a Practical Perspective

Unitarian Universalists for Polyamory Awareness

Serolynne's Poly Articles
(now an Archive)


Organizations or publications that are poly-friendly and/or contain material on polyamory:

The Alternatives to Marriage Project

Network For a New Culture

The Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance

The Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality

Church of All Worlds - archived article, "Bouquet of Lovers" by Morning Glory Zell-Ravenheart
(often attributed as the first contemporary use of the term "polyamorous," though research has shown the word "polyamory" had been used several decades earlier)


How to find groups and networking/socializing opportunities near you:

The Poly Group Registry

Tristan Taormino's Opening Up Resources Local Organizations

Loving More Local Groups and Communities


Poly.fm (still in Beta testing) Refer to this thread for info: The Official Poly.fm Feedback/Development Thread

Poly Events All Over

Meetup.com



Poly Dating:

OK Cupid

Polymatchmaker



Ways to find poly-friendly professionals and/or those who specialize in "alternative lifestyle" counseling:

Polychromatic: Poly-Friendly Professionals.

Loving More's List of Poly-Friendly Professionals.

Tristan Taormino's Open List

National Coalition for Sexual Freedom's Kink-Aware Professionals (KAP) Directory

Psychology Today: Find a Therapist
. With this one, you can select "Relationship Issues" after you narrow it down for your zip code.


And don't forget these gems...

A thread listing blogs that belong to our members:
Our members' off-site poly blogs

A gathering of links to informative threads on our forums:
Master Thread - links to other threads worth reading
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An excellent blog post on hierarchy in polyamory:
solopoly.net/2014/10/31/why-im-not-a-secondary-partner-the-short-version/

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