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We got married! :)

We got married! :)

Real life after marriage. Look closely at this line, on your mobile phone or computer screen. Can you see the pixels? Pixels used to be larger and easily visible. It’s amazing how much technology has advanced over the past few centuries, especially in recent decades. Technologically speaking, we have definitely surpassed God’s power and intelligence. Legally speaking, we are even more ...

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One for life

One for life

Imagine the government makes it a law that once you purchase your first house, you must live in it all your life. Not only are you prohibited from changing residence, but you also have to sleep at your own home 365 days a year. There are no hotels, because people are not allowed to sleep anywhere else, not even at a friend’s house, not even for one night. Some people (I can think of my paren...

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The monogamous wedding: the day you’ll want to forget

The monogamous wedding: the day you’ll want to forget

Even before I knew what polyamory or any other type of non-monogamous relationship was, I was invited to many weddings. Fairly quickly I understood the general idea: You receive a stylish invitation in the mail, to which you become obligated the moment you open the envelope. You mark the date in your calendar and are forced to go against your will with a check to an event to which you have been in...

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The dark side of monogamy

The dark side of monogamy

How many couples do you know whose relationships are terrible, but they do not “cheat” on each other? Is this ideal love? Do you live or want to live with a person you no longer love but are forced to tolerate just because of the children? Does couplehood seem like a compromise to you? Do you aspire to a future where you are fettered to the dictates of society? Are monogamous people permitted to s...

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