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The arrow polyamory flag.

Arrow Polyamory is a type of quad polyamorous relationship structure in which one person is in a relationship with three partners, and none of those other three people are in a relationship with each other. For example: A is dating B, C, and D. However, B, C, and D are not dating. It is not the same a cheating because all people involved are aware of all other parties and consent to it. The three people on the "far ends of the arrow", may or may not identify as polyamorous, but they still consent to their partner having other partners.

Some DADT relationships may fall into this structure, but the two terms are not mutually exclusive.

History

The term arrow polyamory was coined on February 11, 2021 by Cryptocrew.

Flag

The flag was created by Cryptocrew on February 1, 2021. Light blue represents peace, dark blue represents consent, white represents unity, purple represents attraction (of any kind), green represents kindness, and yellow represents dedication.

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