I actually have two blogs. This one is about atheism and polyamory.

But this one earns me money the more people read it, and most of what gets posted on the first goes on this anyway.

So, I would love it if you stopped by, set up an RSS feed and read every day.

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Comment by Shaun P. McGonigal on June 24, 2009 at 11:24am
So, I'm supposed to re-post whatever I write there here so that I can satisfy your laziness? Wow.... I was just alerting people to the fact that I have an existing blog.

Polyamory feels natural to me the way being attracted to men is natural to homosexual men. Why does commitment imply two people? That's absurd. I love two people. Why should I choose one of them because of a cultural arbitrary rule? I think you'll find that monogamy is not as natural as you think it is, especially when you consider bonobos, for example. If coupling is so normal, then why is divorce, cheating, etc so common?
Comment by Billy Deaton on June 23, 2009 at 10:39pm
You know, I'm a liberal atheist committed to reason over tradition. But I have a real problem accepting polyamory. I have no investment in 'traditional' relationships, but it seems to go against the nature of love to bring in a third party. It's fine if you're just interested in having an orgy, but if you're talking commitment — you're betraying the definition of commitment.

Look, I'm not trying to sound confrontational or judge someone else's lifestyle, but when you post about it online you're inviting people to challenge it. So I challenge it, respectfully.



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