Tag: Polyamory

  • Films That Have Been Rewritten Now That Everyone Is Talking About Polyamory

    Films That Have Been Rewritten Now That Everyone Is Talking About Polyamory

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    “Anne of Green Gables” (1985) An aging brother and sister on Prince Edward Island mail-order an orphan to help out on the farm, but are surprised when the orphan turns out to be a ginger. The child, Anne, embodies the best of chosen-family life and quickly becomes “bosom friends” with another puff-sleeve-coded girl, Diana. Anne…

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  • How Did Polyamory Become So Popular?

    How Did Polyamory Become So Popular?

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    So many rules! “American Poly” reveals Americans to be very American. Good Puritans, we made marriage into work and non-monogamy into even more work—something that requires scheduling software, self-help manuals, even networking events. Presumably, participants could at least skip the icebreakers. Halfway through “More,” Molly Roden Winter’s memoir about her open marriage, the author picks…

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  • Interested in Polyamory? Check Out These Cities.

    Interested in Polyamory? Check Out These Cities.

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    Jace Knight had heard about Somerville, Mass., while working on a Ph.D. at the University of Alabama in 2020. The small city had recently passed a law granting domestic partnership rights, like the ability to receive employment benefits or make hospital visits, to people in polyamorous relationships. Mx. Knight, who is nonbinary and has been…

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