Hi and welcome! This is the home page of the Poly Boston community
<email@example.com> mailing list.
Polyamory is having or being able to have consensual, honest,
respectful relationships with more than one person at a time,
or being able to romantically love more than one person at once.
Some poly people feel that for them, love is not a finite resource
that must be saved for one person lest it be exhausted, but a
renewable resource — the more love we give, the more we have to
To get involved, join
the Poly Boston announcements list. That’s where everything we do gets announced. You can
sign up on the web at
- If you like, once you're on the announcements list, you
the chat list, say hi, and introduce yourself
Looking for upcoming events? Check
our events calendar! (For large events outside the Boston area, you should also
check Alan M’s
list of poly events
Want reading material (or advice)? Alan Wexelblat has put
a collection of his poly columns online. You can also check out
some articles we’ve encountered (or been in)
Wanna buy Poly Boston stuff? We have the two T-shirt designs Jim did in 2001 for Pride
available on shirts, mugs, sweatshirts, and meesepads at
cafepress.com. Go to
http://www.cafepress.com/polyboston/ for the “Sharing is a Family Value” designs, and
http://www.cafepress.com/polyboston2/ for the “Expand Your Family” designs. (These are sold at-cost;
we don’t make any money on them. They are not identical to
the T-shirts we wore at pride, which were silkscreened rather
than digitally transfered, but they still look good.)
Have you been sucked into the LiveJournal vortex? Cos has set up
polyboston community on LiveJournal.
- Need a poly-clueful doctor, lawyer, therapist, or doula?
the Poly-Friendly Professionals list at
Poly Boston is a group for polyamorous (poly), poly-curious, or
poly-friendly people in the greater Boston area. Currently,
you pretty much need email access to participate, because the
organizes events via
<firstname.lastname@example.org> mailing list. Events include discussion groups, support groups, potlucks,
parties, and other social events.
these events provide an opportunity to meet a diverse collection of interesting,
friendly people, this is not a dating service or a cruising area.
If you come looking for that, you won’t have any fun, and we
won’t either. But if you come looking for interesting discussion,
new ideas, and a sense of community, you will probably find it,
and if you treat the people you meet with respect and integrity,
we will probably enjoy your company.
Information and links
Information about Poly Boston
Information about Poly Boston events
Other groups in the Boston area
Information about polyamory in general
http://www.polyamory.org/ is the home page of the
alt.polyamory newsgroup, and probably the best single web site about polyamory.
alt.polyamory FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions list) is a good general introduction
The Culture Supplement to the FAQ lists poly-related books (fiction and non-fiction), movies,
songs, and comic books. The non-fiction book section is a good
place to look for more information (much of it contradictory!
:-) about what polyamory is.
Opening Up is Tristan Taormino’s blog associated with her book of the
Articles, essays, and columns
Discussion-group results and handouts
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