Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Personal Freedom

Sruthi ponders polyamory

Now the question arises, to what extent should polyamory or open relationships be permitted in a society? After all, morality thickly veils every single decision of the heart. But the right question is, shouldn’t the individual be given a choice? Of loving one or more than one? If his/her partner is comfortable with that choice, shouldn’t it be left to the individual to see how the choice unfolds?

Yes, it should. Consenting adults should have the right to sex, love, and marriage, whether that is with one person or more.
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