Some clarification might help in certain instances. When I say I am pansexual, I mean that the form has never mattered much. I have found myself attracted to men, women, transgender and everything in between. It however does NOT mean that I do casual sex. I don't. Some people do, more power to them. Myself, I have found I can not feel trusting enough to be physical with someone until there is a bond formed and a relationship in place. Emotions, typically deep emotions. Of course, I'm a touchy feely person though, so friends can expect lots of cuddles. I'm physically comfortable with friends in my life and family and so cuddled up while watching a show or out and about is fine!
When I say I am polyamorous it does NOT mean I am cheating on my husband. My husband is well aware I am on here, as is my boyfriend. Both have seen my profile and if I choose to talk to someone more than a few times, they see that profile as well. It also does not mean I am looking for some hot woman to be involved with me and my husband/boyfriend. They can find their own dates. It also means I am not interested in dating couples. No offense, but I prefer getting to know someone as a person, an individual. While I don't rule out friends, or more, with a couple, I don't date couples. I date A person at a time. Which means no, I don't bring husband or boyfriend on a date, I appreciate the same courtesy. I have no problems meeting other relationships, just to get to know each other, but if dating is required then it is not going to work out. Could I end up dating a couple? Sure, if they want to get to know me each individually and it works with both, but threesomes are not what I'm looking for. I'm simply open to things that progress naturally.
Right now, I'm looking for more friends in my life. I'm not opposed to things becoming more, but I've moved in the last year and I have no real community. Being queer, is also difficult in this area! So friends, female friends would be nice, other moms to talk to, other dads, other queer folk! Just miss having a community.