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August 19

Polygamy Day is August 19

August 19, 2021, is the TWENTY-FIRST  Polygamy Day ®.

From lockdowns to vaccinations (whether for or against) to privacy issues under increasing government programs, the continuation of the global pandemic of COVID-19 has only made it more difficult for both the lives and the movement of families in UCAP, Unrelated Consenting Adult Polygamy. UCAP families living in one household face being "outed" from the demands and questions of government authorities. Other families living in separate houses from each other face long periods of separation.

Due to the perpetual news cycles about coronavirus, vaccinations, and the resultant politics, the manufactured news corporations offered little to no interest in reporting about the National Polygamy Rights Movement for Consenting Adults.

The corporate media, of course, protects its own. Jeffery Toobin is a renowned TV pundit who has appeared on numerous media outlets, from The New Yorker to CNN. Toobin even interviewed National Polygamy Advocate ™ Mark Henkel on a COURT TV news show in 2007. In that interview, Toobin's obsession with falsely connecting UCAP polygamy with "very young girls" was alarming and suspicious. UCAP Polygamists have commonly encountered the psychological disturbing "transference" of many anti-polygamist men who transfer their own hidden-secret lustfulness as if what they themselves feel ashamed about lusting somehow "must also" apply to other men, including polygamous men. It is a false implication, but the transference is real and all-too-common. So when Jeffrey Tobin did this in his 2007 interview with Mark Henkel, UCAP polygamists viewed Toobin with alarm and suspicion ever since. In October, 2020, during the global pandemic, Jeffrey Toobin was on a ZOOM call with colleagues with whom he worked at The New Yorker. On live video, Jeffery Toobin thereon made himself naked and masturbated. Subsequently, Toobin was fired from The New Yorker and he no longer appeared on other media - for a short time. Only eight months later, on June 10, 2021, The Hill reported, "Legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin has returned to CNN. Toobin, a longtime pundit on the network, had been on leave since October after he exposed himself on a Zoom call with fellow staffers at The New Yorker last year, a publication he had worked at for 27 years." Undoubtedly, the Manufactured News Corporations only protect their own, no matter how salacious. Yet, they have little willingness to honestly report the facts about normally healthy UCAP, Unrelated Consenting Adult Polygamy.

Even TLC, the network that used to seem to be supportive of polygamy, is showing signs of selling out too. The 15th season of Sister Wives in the Spring of 2021 portrays the polygamous Brown family fully falling apart. One of the last episodes is even titled as "Polygamy Hell." While other polygamists have always been concerned that the Browns might not survive together as far back as when the family moved to separate housing in Las Vegas, it is clear that they have essentially become four different and independent families - on a show about polygamy. And no one seems happy either. It is possible that this is a teaser for the coming year; but, if that does not happen, pro-polygamists' distrust of TLC may only be expected to rise. It also does not help that the examples of families on TLC's other series, "Seeking Sister Wives," are not as edifying or helpful for the cause as they could be. The uncertainty as to whether or not TLC is manipulating this negativity toward polygamy on purpose remains concerning, if not alarming. On one episode, however, this series did reveal in Spring 2021 the heartbreaking concept that the law demands the cruelty of "legally divorcing" a wife (and having to proclaim their marriage is "irretrievably broken") only so that one may be free to marry another unrelated consenting adult in the family. As such, pro-polygamists wait to see if TLC gets back to being supportive or not.

As the tribalism of hyper-partisanship raged even deeper after an election that declared Joe Biden as President, social media corporations even began joining in the political crusade against "free speech" in the name of "stopping misinformation." Turning the public against even protecting "free speech" harms UCAP polygamists from being able to appeal for empathy on "free speech" grounds. (Many anti-polygamy laws are so extreme that they even include "'purports' clauses" that criminalize even just the "free speech of UCAP polygamists.) Any trend to no longer protect "free speech" is certainly alarming for pro-polygamists.

Undoubtedly, it has been a challenging year. Even so, pro-polygamists are resilient and will one day succeed in obtaining freedom.

Looking forward with hopeful positivity, supporters of Unrelated Consenting Adult Polygamy have much to contemplate and strategize, while still happily celebrating this August 19, 2021, "Polygamy Day ® 21."


Polygamy Day is August 19

     POLYGAMY is NOT "bad for women"
Dr. Joyce Brothers: "Polygamy is not as bad as people think. I would rather be third in line of a good man than the only wife of a jerk."
[Live, as Guest: Bill Maher's "Politically Incorrect", Comedy Channel, Dec. 22, 1994]

     POLYGAMY is NOT "Immoral"
Dr. Laura Schlessinger: "In the polygamous society of the Bible, adultery is defined as sexual intercourse between a man (whether married or unmarried) and a woman married to someone else. In biblical times, most societies allowed men to marry more than one woman."
["The Ten Commandments", Pg. 218, © 1998 Dr. Laura Schlessinger]

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