Decades ago, how did people find other people who liked what they liked?Seriously, the Internet has changed the world, and we are proud to be part of that change!No single definition of "polyamory" has universal acceptance.Although many individuals would define polyamory as a relationship practice or form, some believe that it should be classified an orientation or identity (like sexual orientation or gender identity).On the outside, I look like your typical single, White, female professional.Let’s go ahead and add the cultural assumptions that, because I’m 38, my biological clock is ticking and I’m looking for a husband so I can have children. I live alone – and love it, I have an active social life and career, I don’t want to get married, I don’t want to have kids, I’m bi/pansexual and want to express the fullness of my sexuality, and I’m not monogamous.Basically, whether you are looking for romance, love, friendship, information, emotional support or just to connect with people you share something in common with, you are in the right place!Note: The sexual orientation of the models appearing within the promotional images on Polyamorous Passions is not known by Passions Network Inc., and no inference about any individual model's sexual orientation should be assumed.
Polyamorous relationships can be open in which the committed partners agree to permit romantic or sexual relationships with other people, or closed, in which the participants do not engage in relationships outside of the defined set of committed partners.
(Or as my brother likes to say – “looking for a dick and a wallet.”) Let’s also add the newer cultural assumption, that I’m a super-career focused, anal retentive controlling bitch who can’t find or keep a man, and that’s why I’m single. I’m practicing what Tristan Taormino in her book “Opening Up” would call “solo polyamory.”Basically, I am single and do not want to “be a couple” – or in poly-speak, I do not want to “have a primary partner.” I identify as polyamorous, and have/ am open to having multiple sexual-loving relationships in my life.
I explained this to a friend of mine once and she asked me: “Well, isn’t that just called dating?
In the past, people were lucky to find a few people nearby who might share the same interests, and maybe there were enough to form a club that would meet once a week, or once a month.
Now, within seconds, you can connect with huge numbers of people who share very specific interests. There are a number of options within Polyamorous Passions to help connect members, including the following: Polyamorous ‘Groups’ allow members to find others who share very specific interests / similarities.