A Poly Spokesman in Mexico
Rolando Díaz-Loving, a highly accomplished psychology professor at Mexico's National Autonomous University (UNAM), had a press release issued by the university in which he describes polyamory and its moral and psychological basis. The press release was picked up by, among other places, the Mexican edition of Universia, a publication of university news and resources with editions in many Spanish-speaking countries. Translated:
By nature, a person can love more than one without any guilt
Polyamory is what this feeling is called, said UNAM professor Rolando Diaz.
Every human being has the capacity to love more than one person; it's in their nature. So this raises the possibility of having multiple relationships without guilt or misfortune; it's called "polyamory," said Prof. Rolando Díaz Loving of the UNAM School of Psychology.
According to the polyamorists' philosophy of life, simultaneous relationships must be dealt with openly, and their members should be aware that they form a part of these. "A characteristic of human beings is that they are social and gregarious; they require the presence of others to live," he said.
...According to the website poliamoria.com, the two essential ingredients of the concept are "more than one" and "loving"; that is, it is expected that more than two people can, at the same time, be interconnected emotionally and mutually in multiple dimensions....
Read the whole article, en Español (June 9, 2009).