Definitions

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  • noun An advocate or practitioner of polyamory

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Examples

  • On those terms, there's no way a polyamorist could be a practising Catholic.

    HH Com 116

  • And if they want to designate guardians with less specificity — Timmy should only go to someone of our faith, or of our race, or a hetero couple, or a gay couple, or a polyamorist cluster, or Latin speakers — that too seems like an area where you defer to their judgment.

    Sister Mary Margaret Has Two Mommies

  • As a point of historical interest, William Moulton Marston was a polyamorist, and lived with two women... his wife, Elizabeth Marston, and Olive Byrne, their mutual live-in girlfriend.

    What Jesus Said and Did: 2) Divorce

  • That said, a friend who was a polyamorist was more concerned about morality and its affect on others than most people I've known who would have been appalled by the notion of polyamory.

    "What one's sin is, means it's missing the mark. It's missing the bull's eye, the perfect point."

  • If the UUA was "countercultural" today there would be polyamorist marriage in the churches as there is in many sections of the modern Pagan community.

    Philocrites: Counterculture in 'Knocking on Heaven's Door.'

  • As one polyamorist said in the article, "Polyamory isn't an alternative to monogomy, it's an alternative to cheating."

    Philocrites: We have no position. Yet.

  • Just like you said, counselors (and for that matter, family members) always see the polyamorist as the bad guy, unreasonably refusing to take the simple easy route of strict monogamy.

    www.philadelphiaweekly.com Philadelphia Weekly

  • This is the direction of the polyamorist, the swinger, the unrepentant deviant.

    Wet Asphalt

  • Just like you said, counselors (and for that matter, family members) always see the polyamorist as the bad guy, unreasonably refusing to take the simple easy route of strict monogamy.

    Portland Mercury

  • Just like you said, counselors (and for that matter, family members) always see the polyamorist as the bad guy, unreasonably refusing to take the simple easy route of strict monogamy.

    Hartford Advocate: News

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