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Old 01-17-2017, 07:44 PM
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Hi,
I'm the female half of a bi-couple (we are both bi) looking for other non-monogamous bi-couples to hang out with and get to know. We like beer, coffee, hiking, board games, museums, oddities, road trips, and adventures. We are hoping to find other like minded people to become good friends with. We consider ourselves to be poly-lite. What I mean by that is we want to be really good friends. All four us can hang out together or separately even if we're sleeping together.
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Old 01-18-2017, 03:19 PM
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Hi fellow Massachusen. Welcome to the board.

I am in a FF LTR and we are both actually pansexual and poly. We live between Worcester and Boston.

We date separately, so we aren't looking for a quad or triad though. But new friends are always nice! We seem to have a lot in common. Oddities? I love going thrifting and browsing and sometimes buying kitschy vintage stuff.
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Old 01-18-2017, 06:44 PM
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Thanks! Friends are our main goal but we didn't want to put limits on anything. (I once said I'd never get married again, but I did.) We're pan as well, but I come from the time when bi=pan and part of me feels that pan comes off as bi-erasure. I don't know why-probably just stubbornness setting in. I'm sure I can safely say we'd love to meet!
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