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Back then, he was new to polyamory and told me all about it.

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I had no idea what I was doing, which was laying the foundation for nearly every aspect of my adult life — intellectual, emotional, social, romantic, and yes, sexual.

You made my true experiences so much stranger than fiction.

Made me feel weirdly accomplished, shut-in nerdy weirdo that I was — and still am, minus the shut-in part. When I first joined, there were few enough people on the site where talking with nearly anyone there was at least worth a few minutes of my time.

I made friends with people all over North America, local and remote.

I learned that I’d rather end a good run than deliberately sour a good relationship until the other person couldn’t stand being with me. There was the string of men I fucked to forget how it felt to fuck my first boyfriend, several of whose hearts I broke because they were nice boys who liked me but I couldn’t really like anyone just then.

One of them looked just like Paul Rudd, one of my few Handsome Hollywood Man crushes.

There was the guy in Ohio who read my poetry on Ok Cupid Blogs (RIP) and found me. When he told me to come over, it felt like he was praying to me, attempting to summon me with the offering of his love.

He spoke to me every night on the phone in a fervent voice, telling me he loved me. When I finally did go over, he smoked me out, gave me my first taste of the intersection of sex and emotion and drugs, then sent me packing.

Being listed as bisexual led to me meeting someone who I didn’t date but whose friendship got me my first office job, which was the springboard that launched me into my career as a technical writer in the software industry.

There was Hot Dog and 40’s Guy, who messaged every person who wasn’t a man and was under 40 within a 50-mile radius, asking them to join him in the park to drink 40’s. and blocked.), he would send repeat messages about how the other person couldn’t hide from him from a string of seemingly endless alt accounts.

There was my first boyfriend, a completely random Quickmatch, who taught me that a man could deeply love and care for me without wounding me.

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