A different kind of polyamoury discussion board. Where did the communities go? Where did the family go? What's happened to "taking a village to raise a child"? Where in all the "And then she said, that he did, so than I said to her..." did we forget about the good stuff.
Let's get together and share a cuppa and discuss the good things about our crazy, complicated, tangled lives and lifestyles.
Maybe you call yourself polyamorous, maybe you don't identify at all. Maybe you live with your two partners, four kids, and the dog, maybe you have a primary and go looking for quick secondaries on Saturday nights.
Let's get away from the big boards with their ads for meet-ups, and protests, and workshops and just sit around and chat.
What matters to you about poly? What do you love? What do you hate? Let's share our joys, our sorrows, our struggles.
Questions are OK, but let's try and keep the tone positive. Let's see how long we can keep drama at bay.
Me, I identify as polycozy. I like what I have. I'm comfortable with the way things are. Let's discuss the passive side of poly, the non-political "This is my family, it's crazy, but it's mine."
Won't you join me? One lump or two?
poly- pref. 1. More than one; many; much: polyatomic. 2. More than usual; excessive; abnormal: polydipsia. 3. Polymer; polymeric: polyethylene.
co•zy /ˈkoʊzi/ [koh-zee]
–adjective 1. snugly warm and comfortable: a cozy little house. 2. convenient or beneficial, usually as a result of dishonesty or connivance: a very cozy agreement between competing firms. 3. suggesting opportunistic or conspiratorial intimacy: a cozy relationship between lobbyists and some politicians. 4. discreetly reticent or noncommittal: The administrators are remaining cozy about which policy they plan to adopt.
–noun 5. a padded covering for a teapot, chocolate pot, etc., to retain the heat.
–verb (used with object) 6. to make more cozy (often fol. by up): New curtains would cozy the room up a bit.
—Verb phrase 7. cozy up or up to, Informal. a. to move closer for comfort or affection: Come over to the fire and cozy up a bit. b. to try to become friendly or intimate in order to further one's own ends; attempt to ingratiate oneself: He's always cozying up to the boss.