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Menlo Park, CA

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May 21, 2013

Tell us something about your experience with polyamory.

I find loving someone new does not diminish my feelings for others. I've also found relationships can take many different forms, emotional, platonic, physical, and everything in between.

Could you name some benefits of being in community with persons who share your interests and values?

It would be nice to be able to be open about who I am with like minded people.

Could you name some benefits to meeting potential partners by introduction through friends?

Being able to skip the "what is poly?" lesson, easier not to be shy, more possible things in common, friends can match-make better than a website


I just moved here from the east coast, though I grew up near Dallas, Texas.

What Rick is saying about this Meetup Group

Very diverse group, and everyone was welcoming!


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