Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Miss Manners on Polyamory

Polyamory in the News, a great blog I have in my blogroll here, tipped me off to this issue of "Miss Manners" by Judith Martin. It shows that more people are become aware of polyamory.

The letter asks how to address invitations and introducing (members of) a polycule to others in a social gathering.

The more polyamory is discussed and depicted in the media in positive or neutral terms, the better. And the more people can be honest about their polyamory with non-poly people, the more people will see that poly people are real people.
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