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The Next Sexual Revolution Has Arrived

DwightMann Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 8:20 AM
Can I Love my sheep and my goat in good conscience. Is that being unfaithfull? We are heading to the modern day Sodom and Gommorah, and I do not think that G-d will be happy about that.
Morrill Turpitude Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 1:07 PM
Dwight, I have to give you credit. You got right to the point and didn't bleat around the bush.
Undoctrinator Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 12:00 PM
No. But you can cage them, breed them, castrate them, take their milk, kill them, eat them. Just don't give them orgasms. They HATE that . . . ;)
faultroy Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 9:47 AM
When I read the Bible on this matter, it becomes clear to me that the iniquity of those proponents is what actually is so offensive. Once you allow all manner of depravity, one becomes anesthetized and it becomes easier to commit more and more unjust and vulgar activity.
Undoctrinator Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 12:11 PM
If you read the bible and believe that writings made 90 years after the purported events by ancient, superstitious, Palestinians none of whose other beliefs you would accept are true, you should adhere to them. And you live in a country where you can. But those who think that believing those things is, well, crazy, live in a country where you are not supposed to impose your religious beliefs on them. You know, like the Taliban does to non-believers. Live as you believe. Let others do the same. If the god you believe in wanted to force everyone to believe, we would all believe. No? Jesus didn't compel. Nor should you. He valued belief. The others don't believe? "Shake the dust of that town from your feet," and move on. Don't force them.
RayTheAnarchoCapitalist Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 8:54 AM
Can you love both your children or should you limit yourself to one child? Or maybe no children because you have one spouse to love.

In July, 2009, Newsweek ran a feature article on “relationships with multiple, mutually consenting partners,” entitled, “Polyamory: The Next Sexual Revolution.” Last week, Showtime launched a reality TV show called “Polyamory: Married and Dating.” To quote from Newsweek’s 2009 article, it’s “enough to make any monogamist’s head spin.” And all this, of course, is being touted as a great thing, a celebration of love and freedom, a deliverance from the monotony and constraints of monogamy.

The Showtime promo pulls no punches and makes no excuses:

Narrator: The polyamorous lifestyle may shock some. But with American divorce...