More on polyamory  

johninco 61M
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12/16/2005 4:02 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

More on polyamory


It seems some of the ladies who read my profile misinterpret our somewhat unusual meaning of "discreet".

Yes, we're looking at possible future polyamorous situations, once my 14 year old is gone off to college in 4 or 5 years. No, she is not terribly aware of what goes on with whom, although she's beginning to ask pointed questions. My oldest daughter and my sons are adults, and are aware. While the boys have so far chosen to remain single, they have the same relatively voracious sexual appetite I do, so it wouldn't surprise me if they followed on. My oldest, a 26 year old daughter, is surprisingly more conservative, at least so far.

We live in a town of about 80,000 which still functions, in many ways, like a "small town". We're involved in the community, including religious congregations, and we're known by many people. It doesn't take a great mind to know that we don't exactly want our proclivities published on the front page of the local newspaper. If people on AdultFriendFinder have difficulty grasping the polyamorous life, how do you think it will play on Main Street?

I (we) don't need drama. Discretion is a must. Be aware you're being vetted for a possible polyamory if you meet me, and know that earning an introduction to my primary will be a tough task. I have to feel you'll "fit" first, and that may take a bit of time and effort.

I don't see how much more straightforward I can be without going public.

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