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on Monday, 19 March 2012. Posted in Front Page Headline, NCSF News

Please help with this survey about polyamory!

We want to be sure that a diversity of polyamory practitioners participate in this survey. There isn't much time left, so please go now to take it. It takes about 4 minutes to complete and is really interesting with questions about poly marriage and personal satisfaction.

As Jim Fleckenstein, Board Member of NCSF, says:

Please post this link as widely as possible, as having quality research on our community is an important early step to winning respect and
tolerance for our relationship choices.

The direct link to the survey is: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SYQT7D7

Thank you so much!

Jim Fleckenstein
co-researcher
co-editor, /What Psychology Professionals Should Know About Polyamory/

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