selection committee.

your 2022 polyamorous pride flag selection committee.

here's how the committee works.

the 2022 polyamory pride flag selection committee consists of seven non-monogamous people from around the world. each has been hand-picked based on nominations from polyamorous people like you. they've volunteered their time and energy to this effort.

this is not design by committee.

the 2022 polyamory pride flag selection committee consists of seven non-monogamous people from around the world. each has been hand-picked based on nominations from polyamorous people like you. they've volunteered their time and energy to this effort.

committee members know their stuff.

the 2022 polyamory pride flag selection committee consists of seven non-monogamous people from around the world. each has been hand-picked based on nominations from polyamorous people like you. they've volunteered their time and energy to this effort.

they will not unanimously agree.

the 2022 polyamory pride flag selection committee consists of seven non-monogamous people from around the world. each has been hand-picked based on nominations from polyamorous people like you. they've volunteered their time and energy to this effort.

committee aides:

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crystal byrd farmer

she/they

Crystal Byrd Farmer is an engineer turned educator from Gastonia, North Carolina. She is founder of Gastonia Freedom School, serves as a board member with the Foundation for Intentional Communities and the BIPOC Intentional Community Council, and is on the editorial review board for and contributes to Communities Magazine. Her book The Token: Common Sense Ideas for Increasing Diversity in Your Organization was published in 2020. Crystal is passionate about encouraging people to change their perspectives on diversity, relationships, and the world.

aide bio goes here.

who's eligible to sit on the committee?

be non-monogamous or polyamorous

by natural identity or active choice.

have a history of activism, advocacy, or other labor

which centers on or advances

the visibility, normalization,

and/or rights of polyamorists

and non-monogamists.

be recognized & respected

by the both the non-monogamous community and their peers.

sexualities and gender identities.

nationalities, ethnicities, & languages.

ages & varying physical/

neurological abilities.

levels of

education.

socioeconomic backgrounds.

fields of expertise/

experience.