Polyamory Resources

Polyamory Resources


This is a brief list of resources available to individuals who are polyamorous. This is not intended to be an exhaustive list, but does detail some of the resources where additional information can be found. The focus of this list is on helping people find the information they need, as well as resources which may be of particular interest to individuals in the North Carolina region.

Polyamory Groups

Triangle Area Polyamory Meetup Group

Serving the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area, this Meetup group currently has approximately 280 members with meetups throughout the Triangle area. The Triangle Area Polyamory Group currently averages thirteen Poly events per month.

Website: Triangle Polyamory Meetup Group

Piedmont Triad Polyamory Meetup

Serving the greater Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Burlington, High Point metro area, the Piedmont Triad Polyamory Group currently has around eighty members, averaging four Poly events per month.

Website: Piedmont Triad Polyamory Meetup

Charlotte Area Polyamory Meetup

Serving the greater Charlotte, Gastonia, Rock Hill, Concord metro area, the Piedmont Triad Polyamory Group currently has around a hundred members, with four to five Poly events monthly in Charlotte and the surrounding suburbs.

Website: The Charlotte Poly Network

Asheville Polyamory Group

This is a polyamory support group which meets in the Asheville, NC area. It meets on a monthly basis. To get more information about the Asheville group send go to the WNC-Poly web site.

Ha.R.P/Hampton Roads Polyamory

A group of people in the Hampton Roads area have formed a monthly discussion and support group around polyfidelity, polyaffection, non-monogamy and related issues. We promote honest, responsible, truthful, loving, respectful relationships. Polys believe we can deeply, richly and ethically love two or more partners at once. Group marriage, open couples, extended families and intimate networks are a few of the options we advocate. If you're involved or interested in a responsible non-monogamous lifestyle, come join our discussion group. This is not swinging or a casual sex group but a path towards multiple, sustained, intimate, committed but nonpossessive relationships. Singles, couples, triads, whatever...all are welcome, as well as genders and orientations. Comments? Questions? Feel free to e-mail Ha.R.P.

Website :http://www.hrpolyamory.com

Web Resources

The alt.polyamory Home Page

http://www.polyamory.info

This is site was created for the alt.polyamory newsgroup and contains a number of useful items of information. There are lists of mailing lists, regional groups, poly books, poly songs, and other poly-related information.

The Loving More Web Site

http://www.lovemore.com

This site is maintained by the creators and publishers of the Loving More magazine. Along with general poly information, this site also hosts the Loving More mailing list, the PolyActive mailing list, has contact/personal postings, chat rooms, and other resources for the poly community.

Poly SouthEast Home Page

http://www.technomom.com/poly/index.html

This site contains a general discussion of poly issues, as well as being the home page for the PolySoutEast mailing list.

NCPoly Resource Information

http://www.ncpoly.info

This document, along with other collected information, can be found at this URL. With time this resource list will grow.

Mailing Lists

Poly SouthEast List

This is a regional poly mailing list. The membership is centered more in the Atlanta area, though there are subscribers from the surrounding areas as well.

To subscribe, send a brief introduction to pse-request@vatavia.info with the word subscribe in the subject.

Loving More Mailing List

This mailing list is sponsored by the publishers of the Loving More magazine. This is a high-volume mailing list (i.e. there are many posts to the list each day) and so you should be ready for a flood of mail if you choose to join. Joining is most easily accomplished by going to the Loving More web site and subscribing from there.


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