Alan from Poly in the Media covers the crux of the Sister Wives lawsuit–and why polyamorists should care
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- Geek Girl Con is happening October 8-9 in Seattle; join me for the Geeks and Kink panel next to Allena Gabosch of the Center for Sex Positive Culture Saturday evening!
2:25 Suing with the Sister Wives
Alan from Poly in Media shares the details of the Sister Wives lawsuit and point out that this is as close to a lawsuit for the right to privacy within a poly relationship as we will ever find in the mainstream media.
- Kodi Brown and his four wives’ family structure; only Kodi and Meri are legally married; the rest live together and call each other “sister wives” but are not legally married
- The difference from other poly court cases that some poly groups have been leery of aligning with
- The constitutional right/issue being questioned here–NOT the right to marry but the right to cohabitate lovingly in peace.
- The reaction within the poly leadership community
- What are the benefits of poly leaders aligning with and supporting this case? What are the drawbacks?
- What is happening with the case right now
21:00 Book Review: Resident Aliens
Book review by Kurt on the Joe Ashby Porter novel. Not a book to run out and buy, but a book with poly characters.
- Matt from Detroit rants on marriage, what it really means and adding preachers and legislation into marriage.
- Lissie in Cleveland asks for more information on the kinky bed and breakfast in Michigan
- Jeannie in Vermont comments on Sister Wives and asks why polys wouldn’t promote polygamous pride in Utah—she would.
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