What is Polyamory?
Forms of Polyamory:
Primary plus: A couple in a primary relationship (married or partnered) agrees to pursue additional relationships individually, forming “secondary", deep relationships, or “tertiary", occasional, partnerships.
Triads: Three people develop a committed equal intimate relationship.
"V" relationahip: Individual with Multiple Primaries.
Group Marriage or Poly Family: Three or more people form a closely-knit, intimate relationship system, which may not, or be sexually exclusive (polyfidelity).
Intimate Networks: Intertwining connections between “erotic friends” who have relationships of varying degrees of intimacy, intensity and commitment.
“Swing-Poly” or “social polyamory”: Hybrid between swinging and polyamory. A primary couple engage in ongoing erotic friendships together and/or separately.
Poly-dating among singles: Dating relationships that differ from traditional forms of “playing the field” in that the single individual makes full disclosure of intimate relationships to all potential sexual partners.
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