Campfire is a free community where LGBTQIA+ folks gather to discuss alternative relationship structures in a supportive, inclusive setting.
To join is completely free, you only need to complete an application form. Once you are accepted, you will be able to create a profile on Campfire's platform and start interacting with others.
Inside the community, members discuss identity, race, and gender issues, as well as alternative relationship structures. These include polyamory, solo polyamory, open relationships, and non-monogamy in general. Additionally, it's a safe space to discuss other related topics such as STIs and living a child-free life.
Overall, it's a safe, inclusive space to get support and advice. Members use the community to ask questions, share experiences, or just vent.
Discuss all things relationships:
Campfire is the ideal place to discuss relationships -both romantic and friendship. Members conversate mostly about alternative relationship structures, such as polyamory, open relationships, solo polyamory, and non-monogamy in general.
Get valuable support and advice:
By joining Campfire you will be able to share your experiences, ask questions, or simply vent. The community is inclusive and supportive, allowing members to openly express themselves without being judged.
Connect with like-minded people:
Inside Campfire, there is a lively presence of the LGBTQIA+ community and people who feel 'different'. It's a great community to discuss identity, gender, and race issues while meeting new online friends.
Campfire members connect and interact inside the community's own platform. It's an inclusive, supportive space where you can meet like-minded people from the LGBTQIA+ community. Members mostly talk about alternative relationship structures, friendship, and the queer lifestyle in general.
Campfire has a collection of relationship-related questions and answers provided by members. It can give you a great overview of the discussions currently happening inside Campfire, as well as allow you to gain knowledge on diverse relationship structures.
This community builds a supportive space for the LGTBIQ+ community to share their experiences and discuss identity, gender, and race topics without discrimination.
"I don’t feel a need to pretend. I feel seen and my experiences validated but I get to learn from others and create a space for other people to be heard too. I’m taking what I learn into other relationships in my life, colleagues, friends, and family. More self-aware." —Grace