The arguments against polyamory, polygamy and other plural relationships almost always comes down to religion in this country: Mormons and Muslims are wrong, one man / one woman Christians are “right”. You see this on every comment forum on every article about polygamy or polyamory on the Internet. So when I came across this article on […]
To have a healthy relationship with someone else, you must first have a healthy relationship with yourself. To be with someone else you must first be okay with being alone.
The Sister Wives challenge of Utah’s polygamy laws is really about challenging outdated sex laws aimed at polygamists and gays but also affect the consensual adult relationships of others. If the State wants to go after polygamists than let them do so for actual crimes wherein people are harmed physically, emotionally and financially.
All relationships are about sex to some extent. But to apply that aspect to only polyamory is simply faulty logic.
Why is it that many people acknowledge the fact that you can be in love with two people simultaneously but then believe you also have to chose just one? Especially if the two are fine with sharing your affections and time?