FAQ

FAQ: The Litigation, the Law, and the Charter

Jun 16th, 2010 | By

Here’s our FAQ on the section 293 litigation, s. 293 itself, how it connects to the charter, our position, our reasons for participating in the case, etc.



What is Polyamory?

Feb 20th, 2010 | By
What is Polyamory?

“Polyamory” is one of several words for describing multi-partner intimate relationships. The community that identifies with this term has certain core values, including gender equality, self-determination, free choice for all involved, mutual trust, and equal respect among partners. When speaking technically, we use Wikipedia’s definition of the word “polyamory”. We believe it’s the most discussed, the most carefully considered, and thus the most legitimate definition: “Polyamory is the practice, desire,
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How do members of the [polyamory] community feel and think about the Bountiful case?

Feb 20th, 2010 | By

It is important to members of the polyamory community to have the difference between polyamory and polygamy recognized. Furthermore, if the alleged problems at communities such as Bountiful are abuse, exploitation, and marriage where a spouse is underage; those involved should be prosecuted using laws that address those issues.