- the practice or condition of participating simultaneously in more than one serious romantic or sexual relationship with the knowledge and consent of all partners.
Origin of polyamory
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Examples from the Web for polyamory
Sure, polyamory works well for a few hyper-educated urban elites.Were Christians Right About Gay Marriage All Along?
May 27, 2014
Polyamory and open relationships have been gaining prominence with the public.What’s So Bad About an Open Marriage?
November 11, 2013
As one sociologist told me recently, speaking at a conference on polyamory: "The system simply isn't working."Is Monogamy Obsolete? New Books Challenge Our Ideas of Fidelity
June 9, 2011
But Veronica and Tiger were not poster kids for polyamory—their alleged affair relied on good old-fashioned lying.Hands Off My Call Girl!
February 25, 2010
At the time, Larry was a member of Poly-NYC, a polyamory group in New York; on their first date, he told her about it.Threesome Marriages
May 7, 2009