Candualism: The practice of being aroused from watching one's spouse or partner be sexually active with another person.Cellular Family: When three or more adults live together and share domestic and financial responsibilities.CGL: Short for CareGiver/Little, CGL describes a relationship in which one partner takes a caregiver role (sometimes called mommy/daddy) and the other takes a child-like role. It does not involve any real minors at any time, typically involves Age Regression, and can be considered sexual, a kink, or neither of the above. It’s generally characterized by the “little” in the relationship acting in a childlike manner that includes things like bed-time stories, children’s games, childlike aesthetic, stuffed animals, etc. Cheating: Any activity that breaks rules or agreements established by participating parties. In polyamory, the nature of your relationship with your partner can determine if cheating occurs. Always practice good communication with your partners.CisHet: A person who identifies as the gender assigned to them at birth and is also heterosexual.Closed Marriage: A marriage where there is no emotional or sexual intimacy happening outside of the two partners.Constellation: Name sake of the server, it is the connections made in a polyamorous relationship. You, your partner, and your metas all make up your constellation; The interweaving and structure of a polyamorous relationship. Constellations are also called polycules because the web of connections can look like a scientific modelComet: An infrequently and/or irregularly seen partner with whom you have an established relationship. A partner may be a comet because of distance, irregular and demanding work schedules, etc. ,Compersion: The happy feelings you get when you see another friend or partner be happy with others.Couple's Privilege: The advantages, benefits and accommodations that established couples are automatically given in society over single people or non-nested partners, usually in the context of couples that existed prior to a decision to "open up" as poly or in the context of a couple who consider each other their primary partner. Couples privilege exists in almost all established couples to some degree, though efforts can and often should be made to mitigate it in a polyamorous context where hierarchy isn't desired.Cub: A younger version of a bear.