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Polyamory should be recognized as a status on G+
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Recognize Polyamory as a status on Google+
Recognize Polyamory as a status on Google+

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Besides asking for a Polyamory Status on Google, I think it´s time we make ourselves heard in the political arena.
For those in this group who are from member states of the European Union:
With the European Elections coming up in 2014, you might like to find out how a political party or individual candidate stands on the issue of polyamory. Here are some suggestions for questions you might want to ask them.

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Besides asking for a Polyamory Status on Google, I think it´s time we make ourselves heard in the political arena.
For those in this group who are from member states of the European Union:
With the European Elections coming up in 2014, you might like to find out how a political party or individual candidate stands on the issue of polyamory. Here are some suggestions for questions you might want to ask them.
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http://www.livescience.com/27125-5-myths-about-polyamory.html This article sems to me so important for our cause that I am sharing it here. The findings of the scientists cited confirm a lot of the findings of a study by Terri Conley et.al. which shows that there is no scientific proof for the common ideas = myths of the public about monogamy as being a form of relationship superior to Polyamory and Polygamy: A Critical Examination of Popular Assumptions about the Benefits and Outcomes of Monogamous Relationships. Terri D. Conley, Ali Ziegler, Amy C. Moors, Jes L. Matsick, and Brandon Valentine, University of Michigan: http://www.academia.edu/1986155/A_critical_examination_of_popular_assumptions_about_the_benefits_and_outcomes_of_monogamous_relationships.

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If you agree, than please give a Plus to this page.

Millions of people in many countries live Polyamorous relationships and want to be open about it. Google should allow these millions of people to show themselves as who they are.

It is also important for people who are not poly, but support the right of every individual to live their private lives the way they want and show themselves as who they are:
As Jonathan Turley, a law professor at George Washington University said: “There is no spectrum of private consensual relations – there is just a right of privacy that protects all people so long as they do not harm others. “ More about this: http://viktor-leberecht.com/an-all-time-classic-article-why-marriage-is-a-human-rights-issue/

This account will not be used to SPAM you with posts from my blogs. I just want to gather people giving it a +1, so Google will see that there are many people who want to show themselves as who they are.

There are the following possible scenarios for polyamorous relations (the profile picture gives a simple schematic overview):

Heterosexual relationship, which can be:

a woman with several men, or
a man with multiple wives

Homosexual relationship, which can be:

a woman with several women, or some or all of them with each other
a man with several men, or some or all of them with each other

Mixed-sex relationship, which can be
one man or a group of men together with one woman or a group of women having diverse relationships with each other: all of them with each other, or every one has relationships with one or more of the others
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