With an incredible "organic" membership base, we offer a network of potential friends, dates, and partners all with similar goals; Ethical Non-Monogamy. What we mean by "organic" is that we do not buy membership lists, nor do we "share" membership lists with any other non-poly site. People who are here have registered to be here. Are you ready to meet others just like yourself? Create a free profile and you will become a "Standard Member" and be able to search our membership database, view who has looked at your profile, save favorites, and send internal PMM "pokes".
Please note that all copy written for this home pages was created and drafted by members of TeamPMM and covered by the DMCA Policy. Polyamory is, simply put, the capacity to love many. Not only do we provide a tasteful adult environment; bringing people together for love, friendship, learning, support, and camaraderie The practice of Polyamory can be as unique as each of us are. PMM supports all styles, all people. Covering a couple of topics: The landscape of PMM members and terminology By TeamPMM on Wednesday May 24, I know it's been a while since we've written — so much has happened here on PMM and the world that we've been a bit squeezed by life we haven't had time to sit, process, and disseminate thoughts.
Today we're going to cover 2 topics: Be clear, avoid misunderstandings to find partners! The ever evolving PMM member When PMM started over 15 years ago OMG there were very few, if any other sites like it. It thrived as a small start-up focusing solely polygamist online dating community building and managing the "new" concept of "polyamory". As PMM matured, so did its membership.
Within the last 6 years, PMM's organic membership boomed and what was once a polygamist online dating for general information turned into an absolute go-to place to meet likeminded people. PMM altered its focus from a strictly polyamory-limited viewpoint and moved towards a broader approach; "Ethical Non-Monogamy". That broader bridge expanded PMM's membership base to include anyone seeking to meet others that want multiple partners in an ethical, consensual, and open way.
The PMM member has also changed. While there will continue to be couples looking for a single female to join their relationship, we have seen significant changes of the viewpoints and desires of from PolyMatchMaker's membership. These include, but are not limited to, couples dating separately or independent of each other, couples seeking single males, singles looking for singles that have other partnerships or primary relationships, non-hierarchical relationships, female identified members seeking 2 or more male identified partnerships, intentional group dynamics, and so on.
Ethical non-monogamy's numeric configurations can be vast, however they were, until recently, mostly limited to the number three aka triads. This too is changing and it is exciting to see the variations of relationship dynamics altering to fit the situation rather than a pre-conceived notion of non-monogamous perfection. To sum up this portion, it is polygamist online dating that you have an idea of the types of partners and relationships that you want; however, be open minded enough to see, understand, and relate to, new concepts of ethical non-monogamy.
Your partner may be out there, but polygamist online dating have their own unique desires and vision of their perfect relationship. Terminology and slang skewed In this section, we are going to discuss two very different types of communications. We here at PMM read every single biography that joins the site, it's part of our "no junk profiles" policy and something we are damn proud of, but I digress Polygamist online dating begin, let's chat about the subject of "terminology".
You've decided to make a profile here on PolyMatchMaker because not only are you wise beyond your years, but you really want to make connections with other ethical non-monogamists from not only your area but around the world. We applaud your decision. However now that you are actually quertying typing your way to an amazing profile you are pondering not only what you have to offer, but want to make sure that you use terminology that other members will find meaningful and "get" or understand.
Well, I'm here to give you some odd advice. Stop with the buzz-words and really type out what it is you are seeking. You are reading, listening to, and intaking tons of new information about ethical non-monogamy, open relationships, multi-partner fidelity, and consensual non-monogamy, right? Have you hit overload? What is a real term and what is fluff?
Who makes up this stuff? Well, truthfully — we all do. We, the web based ethical non-monogamists who have varied and extensive experience in relationships, relationship building, and in our case, polygamist online dating this website, have been known to create terminology. We have also used said polygamist online dating as well as other-sourced terminology that is common around Ethical Non-Monogamy, check out our acronyms link here which is now clickable due to the magic of HTML ha!
With that said, not everyone reads, listens to, polygamist online dating is as involved in, the subject of terminology as you. Some people are just curious about subjects such as Ethical Non-Monogamy, open sexuality, sex positivity, and the freedom to express themselves in a multi-partner way without seeking the most common buzz-words. Terminology may not only confuse but aggravate people wishing to polygamist online dating about how freaking awesome you are when checking out your profile.
Take a moment to ponder this: Example of the use of terminology within a member profile: I'm in an N config and looking for an intentional community Good: I have a fantastic girlfriend. Her husband is one of my best friends and his girlfriend is also amazing. Someday we hope to grab some farmland and create our own space in this world. While the "bad" example is short, it doesn't get to the point across as well as the "good" example.
Now on to the use of slang and acronyms Let's face it, slang and acronyms are part of our daily lives and their use is common, regional, and generational. Sure, it's easy to type GGG, but what does that actually mean to you, to them?