Isn't Polygamy a religious matter?
Not at all. Polygamy is not limited to being
a religious matter any more than monogamy is only a religious matter.
Yes, a person should have freedom of religion to choose
polygamy, just as much as they would have that freedom of religion to choose monogamy. But
just as some people might choose monogamy for non-religious reasons, people may also choose polygamy for non-religious reasons too. It is simply a matter of personal choice for freely consenting adults, either way.
Isn't Polygamy simply a Mormon thing?
Not at all. Of course, Mormon polygamists believe in polygamy, but naturally, they do not define meaning of polygamy in general. A number of different religions
accept the morality of polygamy, from Muslims to even including non-Mormon, Bible-believing Christians.
Indeed, the modern polygamy movement got its national impetus and success from the new movement called, Christian Polygamy.
See ChristianPolygamy.INFO for more about this new phenomenon. Be sure to also read the History of the Christian Polygamy Movement there. Even non-religious secular polygamy gets its political strength from the fact that now evangelical Christians are advocating polygamy too.
Is the media following the polygamy movement?
While there are still the occasional negative "reports" in the media that are grossly filled with bias and lies about polygamy, the media in general is starting to turn around. This is due, in large part, to the efforts of the TruthBearer.org organization.
Its founder has been in numerous national media interviews and reports from newspapers, to radio, to television.
As well, Pro-Polygamy.com, the media distribution site, has been successfully distributing professional op-eds, press releases, and reports from the pro-polygamy view to media outlets since 2003. See, the Polygamy Articles ™ Archive for all of the past writings there.
Isn't Polygamy immoral and against the Bible?
Addressing Biblical issues is not the purpose of this corporation.
See BiblicalPolygamy.com for answers to this kind of question.
Isn't Polygamy abusive of women?
To abuse anyone is clearly wrong, and even criminal as the case may be,
regardless of the form of marriage,
monogamous or polygamous.
Just as it would be illogical to ban monogamy
due to some vicious monogamous wife beater, it
would be equally illogical to ban polygamy based on
similar bad examples. Polygamy is no more the
issue than monogamy would be.
For more information about this, see
What about polygamists who force polygamy on wives?
This corporation adamantly stands against and opposes
that abusive concept which has come to be known as "force polygamy".
Indeed, this corporation instead supports the concept
of what is now known as "love-not-force". Anyone who
tries to bring in another spouse without the willing
acceptance of the present spouse is neither ready enough
nor mature enough to be a polygamist anyway.
For more on this, see
Does Polygamy Day, Inc. offer polygamy personals?
Providing such a service is not the purpose of this corporation. There is one web-site that provides those services, though. It is the only one that has verified and real single women seeking polygamy. It is the only one that is trusted by the polygamy community as safe and legitimate. Lastly and most importantly, it is the only one that actually helps fund and financially support the fight for polygamy rights. That web-site is 2Wives.com.