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Polyamory does not promote or excuse “cheating” or other unethical behavior. The Poly Social Meetup that happens at Altspace on third Thursdays is primarily a social event.
People use it as an opportunity to hang out and chat with others about a variety of topics.
John Robert Charlton, 37, who is suspected of second-degree murder, told investigators he was too intoxicated to remember what happened after the two left the game and returned to her Renton, Washington, home.
He has a lengthy criminal history in six states and served jail time in Utah and Montana.
She has also received "the carpet bomb" the impersonal, copied-and-pasted form letter sent to hundreds of women at a time; the cheesy pickup line; and numerous illiterate greetings like, "Sup, gorgus." And there was the time when one guy used Google's Image search function to cyberstalk her. Wexler.' He knew where I went to college," she said.
"It felt like a big violation that I was potentially semi-anonymous and my name and professional stuff was something that someone could find by having access to my picture." No wonder Susie Lee, a Seattle-based visual artist turned tech entrepreneur, created Siren, a dating app designed to protect women from scenarios like the ones Wexler experienced.
There are other events that take place in private homes on a case-by-case basis. Please feel free to talk to the organizers/hosts and ask any questions you have. Some Guidelines The Meetup is intended as a community building event, for those who identify as poly and those who are interested in polyamory.The point is to have a space to meet other people and enjoy the Seattle poly community.Seattle Poly Professionals is another poly-focused meetup group that is not associated with the CSPC or the Seattle kink or geek communities.Please respect the host’s home as you would your own. We strongly encourage all members to do their networking in person at the Meetups.Please be aware of this in your on-site communications with other Meetup members.
Wexler, a Portland writer who edited the book "Awful First Dates: Hysterical, True, and Heartbreakingly Bad," has been the recipient of crude, overtly sexual opening lines.