Little. Old. Me…

I’m a seattle area polyamorous male. I’m posting this blog so that I can have an anonymous place to discuss my adventures in poly-land.

For those who are unclear on what “polyamorous” means, please read a little. It doesn’t mean I’m cheating (in fact, my girlfriend and I opened our relationship specifically to avoid cheating, and still be able to indulge in extracurricular activities). It doesn’t mean I’m riddled with STD’s (I am screened regularly, practice safe sex, and am completely STD-free), and it doesn’t mean I have no standards (I’m picky). Most of all, it means that for the most part I want to have sex with people I care about… it doesn’t have to be “twoo wuv” (I sort of don’t believe in the standard romantic love definition), but at least friendship and close connection.

I am now fully out. I have a profile on OKCupid, Fetlife, and on the CSPC CenterSpace site (I’m amadmonk on all of them), so I figure if you’re on there you’re already okay with poly/kinky people.

If you like any of my posts, or just want to say hello, drop me a line at alpha@seattlepolyguy.com — I love hearing from people and discussing issues surrounding polyamory/non-monogamy.

5 thoughts on “Little. Old. Me…

  1. You’re a very entertaining writer. Do you write professionally?

    • Nope! I wish I was able to write professionally, but unfortunately I’m a big fan of having a roof over my head and regular meals. I know just how hard it is for writers to get started (if they ever even do), and I don’t know that I’m willing to give up all of the creature comforts of my cushy programming job to take a “leap of faith” into writing.

      A lot of the “point” of this blog is me working on developing my skills as a writer. And a lot of that is me trying to figure out what my niche is. I’m thinking that humorous writing may be something I’d like to work on. I joke about being just like David Sedaris (heh, I wish!) but honestly his writing style is something I’d like to emulate — wry, tongue-in-cheek, mixed with moments of direct candor.

      Thank you for the very nice compliment.

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