HuffPost TV: "When It Comes To Marriage, Is Three A Crowd?"
Four smart poly movers-and-shakers appeared on a HuffPost Live web-TV segment a few days after the Supreme Court's Obergefell decision and Roberts' now-famous dissent. They discuss the future of the multi-marriage issue with a depth and sophistication way above what I've seen elsewhere.
HuffPost Live gave them a solid 30 minutes. Pass this one on. (Ignore the cheesy graphic:)
Chief Justice John Roberts stated that the majority's reasoning for backing gay marriage would also apply to polyamorous relationships. We unpack his argument and explore whether there's a case for group marriage.
● Andy Izenson, associate attorney at Diana Adams Law & Mediation in Brooklyn, a law firm for nontraditional families.
● Billy Holder, activist and the central creator of the annual Atlanta Poly Weekend conference; vice-president of the Relationship Equality Foundation.
● Elisabeth Sheff Ph.D, sociologist and author of The Polyamorists Next Door.
● Lola Houston, anthropologist and polyactivist in Burlington, Vermont.
It originally aired June 30. Here's the webpage.
Labels: activism, marriage, Supreme Court: Obergefell
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