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Old 04-24-2010, 04:15 PM
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Default Too Young To Poly?

I've been reading around a lot on the net and every so often I come up against articles/posts/discussions that refrence age in one way or another and the general idea seems to be that only people who have lived for a few decades and really experienced life and have either a family or a very longterm SO can truly be poly. It almost seems like there is an opinion that if you're younger you're not really poly, you just haven't settled down yet, or you're experiencing your youth.
So my question is: Is there a certain age at which point you can officially call yourself poly or can anyone at any point in their life assume the position?
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