Archive for the ‘About Polygamy’ Category

The following is an interesting opinion regarding Jillian Keenan’s “Legalize Polygamy!” article in Slate. It is written by Peter Lawler.

Click here to read his ideas….


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Recently, Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council reintroduced a tired refrain: Legalized gay marriage could lead to other legal forms of marriage disaster, such as polygamy. Rick Santorum, Bill O’Reilly, and other social conservatives have made similar claims. It’s hardly a new prediction—we’ve been hearing it for years. Gay marriage is a slippery slope! A gateway drug! If we legalize it, then what’s next? Legalized polygamy?

We can only hope. (Click here to goto Slate and the rest of the article)

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Society has come a long way toward accepting gay marriage. Could the same ever be true for my polygamous family?

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It is fascinating to see the attention that Polygamy Activism is now getting.

Click “here” for Time Magazine’s take:

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We found the following article published in Salon interesting and informative…

Polygamist Elizabeth Joseph writes that if polygamy didn’t exist, “the modern American career woman would have invented it. Because, despite its reputation, polygamy is the one lifestyle that offers an independent woman a real chance to ‘have it all’”. Elizabeth, who worked as a journalist, relied on her co-wives to help her with child care and meal preparation. She called it a “free-market approach to marriage” that allowed her to pick the best man available, regardless of his marital status.  Click here to continue reading…

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Polygamy advocate Mark Henkel provides great arguments for Polygamy:

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I grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Mine was a young suburb filled with new trees planted in the easement strip. Dotted and dashed along the sidewalk, driveways stitching neighbors into the commonness of the neighborhood. On each side of us and in just about each home on the street were kids my age and most in my class at school. Young families, filled with promise, living the American Dream.  All were equal, right? It was supposed, but not practiced.


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