We know you love your partner(s)… we love ours too! But when you introduce yourself as or speak as your relationship instead of as an individual, a few things will happen that aren’t ideal. Here are some reasons why people in POSH might advise you to stop doing this.
POSH just finished a weekend camping trip, a cross-group event with our sister group, Polyarmory. While some people ended up unable to come, we had 24 people sign up from across Houston and Austin. A lot of people met for the first time this weekend. It’s possible that that might lead to some first dates,
When people first enter the polyamorous community, the amount of brand new terminology can be intimidating. It’s important, though, because it means learning about concepts that can inform your journey and can help you understand your new polyam friends. Using our terms gives our community the ability to talk about things that are unique to our experiences.
We get a lot of new members in POSH every week, and we’re always glad to see new faces. When new members introduce themselves in our introductions thread, though, we often see something like “I’m new to the lifestyle.”…
So you’re new to the idea of an open relationship. The thing many couples seek when they think about exploring non-monogamy is finding a way to pursue this relationship model that protects their couplehood. “How can we explore while keeping our relationship safe?” The truth is… You can’t. No relationship is safe from conflict, and
Looking for other groups to join? Need help learning more about Polyamory? Here are some resources both locally and outside of Houston that you may find helpful. Helpful PDF files: Links to Polyamory Groups Outside Facebook Poly Big Fun – http://www.polybigfun.org/ – Poly Big Fun or PBF is a yearly late spring retreat sponsored by
One of the most important things to educate yourself about as a sexually active person is your sexual health. This becomes even more vitally important when you have multiple sexual partners simultaneously. We compiled some data that has proven helpful for many in the Houston Polyamory community. It starts with basic topics like consent and