A meetup group for polyamorous and polyamory friendly folks in and around Atlanta. We are family friendly, some of us even have kids :)
So what is Polyamory? Polyamory is the responsible management of multiple meaningful, open, ethical, respectful relationships at the same time. But that is just the first sentence in a very long definition. It really is what those who practice it make it. So open, loving, honest, and ethical is just the beginning.
At our events you can network and learn about area meetings or talk about life as polyamorous people with others from around your area.
We promote, educate and help polyamorous people network by building community from within.
Our monthly meetups include educational discussions, support groups and general socializing. We have outings and public meetups; things like cookouts, day at the park, movie night, etc all over the Atlanta Metro area. We welcome new ideas for meetups. Feel free to suggest your idea. With meetups all around the city you can surely find one near you. See you soon!
Affirmative Consent in all connections Atlanta Poly, Inc requires all members to practice affirmative consent in all forms of connection including physical, verbal, emotional, and spiritual at our events and on our digital platforms. If you’re not familiar with affirmative consent, please read this article ( https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/relationships/sexual-consent ). Simply, if you’re unsure of the person’s consent, consider it a no. This includes private messaging members on Meetup, Discord, Facebook, or Fetlife. Request for a private message must be made and accepted in a public forum or after meeting in person. For example: [in a public chat space] @janesdo may I contact you via pm/dm to get to know you better? or @john I would like to have a more private conversation about the issue you talked about, is ok if I PM you? THIS IS NOT A HOOKUP GROUP AND AD STYLE MESSAGES (ex: I am looking for… ) ARE A VIOLATION OF OUR POLICIES AND THE SPIRIT OF THIS GROUP.
If you have been continuously declined, check the email you registered for MeetUp with. We almost always send an email telling you why. (If you don't see it, please check your spam folders.)