Thursday, April 19, 2012


Francesca Sciacca takes a look at two polycules in this article on polyamory at

Modern Love

Although there are many monogamous same-gender couples, there is a strong connection between the polyamorous community and the LGBT community. Both are attacked by the sex police, and you can't have a polycule without having some form of same-gender relationship. It is the very rare "V" in which two people of the same gender never meet; the metamours still have the same lover in common. Some polycules are comprised entirely of same-gender relationships. So in many ways, LGBT rights are poly rights, and poly rights hinge on same-gender marriage and relationship rights. So when politicians and busybodies try to scare people by saying "What's after the same-gender freedom to marry? Polygamy?" the answer should be, "What's wrong with letting an adult marry any consenting adults?"
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