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Mom wants identical twins to have babies with their shared boyfriend

Do as you wish because “loveislove”

Because that makes complete sense in today’s world…

From NY Post: The siblings dubbed the “world’s most identical twins,” Anna and Lucy DeCinque, have revealed their mom wants them both to get pregnant at the same time with their shared boyfriend’s babies.

The twins made the startling confession on Australia’s “Today” TV show. Any baby would be both half-sibling and cousin. The 33-year-old sisters, who are both dating 35-year-old Ben Byrne, said: “Love is love, we are all adults. “Our mom’s actually convincing us to give birth naturally. “I don’t know how that’s going to work.”

They continued: “We need to be pregnant at the same time. How is that going to work? It’s going to be another challenge. There’s a lot of pressure on Ben.”

Previously The Sun revealed the sisters both wanted to marry Byrne, although polygamy, having more than one wife, is banned under the Marriage Act 1961 in Australia.

“If we can change the government we would love to marry Ben,” they told “Today,” speaking at the same time. “I think we should marry the same man. This is what works for us. People need to get that. We aren’t hurting us.”

The girls also told the show how they were going back to a “natural look having previously spent S175,000 on surgery. “We’re really happy with how we are looking right now,” they said. “We are a lot happier in ourselves. We’re a lot happier where we are today.”

In November, The Sun reported how they were bullied on social media for what they dubbed their “spider-eyed, trout pout.”

They told Australia’s New Idea magazine then: “We would block the comments, but down deep inside they were hurtful. The more popular we got, the more haters we had and we were getting called everything from ‘plastic Barbie dolls,’ to ‘fish lips.’

“We wanted the biggest everything – particularly lips. We loved the look and feel of big lips. Now we realize they were too big,” they said.

They spoke of their regret after plucking their eyebrows off so they could get a thin line tattooed on again. They’ve also thrown away hair and eyelash extensions and stopped getting lip fillers.

Last year they revealed they had an astonishing 14 surgeries in 14 days, including mole removal, pixel lasering, lip filling and tattooing and eyebrow tattooing.

Read the whole story here.

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A TV show promoting a polyamorous throuple: Canada's "You Me Her"


I’ve never seen this show before because 1) I have no desire to watch it and 2) it airs in Canada. I’m sure American audiences can find it somewhere. I’ll pass.
The background on this “rom-com” (romantic comedy) show:
“You Me Her is a Canadian television show that revolves around a suburban married couple who is entering a three-way romantic relationship, otherwise known as a polyamorous relationship. The series is set in Portland, Oregon and was created by John Scott Shepherd. The series is also promoted as TV’s “first polyromantic comedy”. On June 9, 2016, Audience Network renewed the series for a second and third season. The second season premiered on February 14, 2017.”
The show’s premise:
“The series revolves around married thirty-somethings Jack and Emma Trakarsky, from Portland, Oregon, whose sex life has been slowly dying. In an effort to reinvigorate their sex life and possibly conceive a child together, they decide to bring Izzy, a 25-year-old college student and part-time escort, into their marriage, initially intending it to be a purely business-like arrangement. When both start to develop romantic feelings for Izzy, and vice versa, they find themselves having to navigate their way through a minefield of prying neighbours, social norms and prejudices, all while struggling to confront their own feelings and adjust to the unfamiliar dynamic of a polyamorous relationship.”

Another attempt by media to discredit social norms and slam the “prejudiced” people who uphold them.
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TV Show ‘Say Yes to the Dress’ gets its first ‘throuple’

say yes to the dress throuple

The happy threesome…

After all, #LoveisLove.
From NY Post: TLC’s “Say Yes to the Dress” has seen its share of unconventional brides in its 15 seasons, but a woman appearing on Saturday’s episode may take the cake: she’s part of the show’s first “throuple.”
The appointment starts out benignly enough, when the bride to be, Jennifer, comes into Kleinfeld looking for a traditional, classy wedding gown with an A-line silhouette for under $3,000. But as seen in this exclusive clip, consultant Debbie is gobsmacked when she learns that the groom, Peter, is already married to another woman, Ellen (who has also come along to the appointment).
“I’m sorry, this is really something really, really new to me,” Debbie confesses. Jennifer explains to her that Peter told her he wanted to marry her — and that he already had a wife — when they first met, and that jealously hasn’t been a big issue in their relationship because they’ve always been on the same page.
“Truly I love both women — you need to make sure they’re cared for equally and feel that they’re appreciated and paid attention to equally,” Peter says, before cracking, “Happy wife, happy life.”
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The key to a happy household: three parents!

My prediction: This will be a “civil right” in the near future.
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SF Gate: An Oakland family has found what they think is the key to a happy household: three parents.
Two women named Melinda and Dani Phoenix and the man they both consider their husband, Jonathan Stein, are in a polyamorous relationship and parenting two babies together under the same roof.
Melinda and Dani began their relationship as a lesbian couple and became domestic partners in 2010. A year later, Jonathan joined them as the third partner and the three married last summer in a ceremony that is not legally recognized.
three way wedding
Now they’re sharing their story to raise awareness about polyamorous families and hope that some day these arrangements can be widely accepted and legally recognized. With children entering their picture, they feel gaining support from the community is more important than ever.
Melinda delivered her first child, Oliver, in a water birth on September 6, 2014, with Dani and Jonathan by her side. A month later, Melinda and Jonathan supported Dani in the birthing tub and welcomed Ella Lynn on October 11.
Now the three are working as a team and sharing the responsibilities of caring for two babies. While many new parents are sleep-deprived and overwhelmed, this trio are gliding through parenthood as they take turns with childcare, diaper changes and nighttime feedings. “We split things up,” Dani says. “We’re all working hard and well as a team.”
“Melinda and I both breastfeed. He’s my son and she’s my daughter and vice versa. We share that responsibility and that love with them.”
In addition to nurturing two new babies, the three parents are working various degrees of part-time hours outside the home. Dani has a low-key dog-walking service, Melinda runs her own healing studio in Oakland called East-West Collaborative Health and Jonathan keeps busy as a self-employed carpenter. Together, they earn enough money to cover household expenses.
With three parents rotating kid duty, it’s also possible for the two moms to advance their careers by going to school. Melinda is earning a degree in Chinese medicine and after a semester break, she’s now loading up on extra units while Dani stays home to watch the babies. “I’m the primary boob for the babies,” Dani says, jokingly.
Dani plans to return to school in the fall to finish her degree to become a sign language interpreter, and Jonathan will support her by accepting fewer carpentry jobs and spending more time with the babies. “We’ll be roughing it for awhile as our income will go down, but we don’t need a lot,” says Dani. “We consider ourselves minimalists.”
The family originally lived in Healdsburg in a farm-like setting and recently moved to an Oakland neighborhood near Mills College to shorten Dani and Melinda’s commute to school. ”We still have goats,” Dani says. “We plan to move back to the country when we’re done with school.”
Polyamory is a term used to define people who love multiple partners at the same time. A polyamorous relationship can range from a married person with multiple love interests to an informal group marriage. Some engage in group sex while others have one-on-one sexual relationships with multiple partners.
Polygamy falls under the polyamory umbrella and refers to a structure with one man who dominates over two or more wives. In a polygamous relationship the wives don’t have an intimate relationship. The Stein-Phoenix clan is different because Melinda and Dani are romantically involved and all three partners are viewed as equals.
“If one was to put a fancy label on our relationship one would say we are a poly fidelitous triad, meaning we are focused on just the three of us (for now at least) and not open to other partners,” Dani says.
A 2009 Newsweek (now there’s a reliable source) article reported that more than a half-million people prefer a more populous relationship over the traditional two-person one, but some researchers say the numbers could be much higher due to underreporting.
Jonathan, Dani and Melinda are sharing their version of polyamory in video clips and blogs on their website LooksLikeLovetoMe.com. Dani has chronicled the story ever since she and Melinda first met at a music festival in 2008 and is now collaborating with local videographer Stephanie Pettee to produce a documentary that reveals the mystery behind a polyamorous family.
“We get so many questions about our relationship,” Dani told SFGate. “Our mission is to share our story and answer some of those questions. I think society has a tendency to put constraints on what love should be but that image isn’t always successful because it’s constraining.
“We want people to accept other ways to love. We want to empower others to love in the way they feel most comfortable.”
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With the UK press recently covering the family’s story, the trio are hearing from people all over the world who have been touched by their philosophy.
“We’ve received great responses from individuals who feel inspired by the story,” Dani says. “People who aren’t happy in their relationships are writing in. We’re hearing from people who are polyamorous but can’t be open about it.”
Extended family have been supportive with Jonathan’s mom attending their three-way wedding and Dani’s mom flying out from the East Coast to meet the new babies.
But the harshest critics have been a few family members from conservative backgrounds. Melinda’s mom was slow to warm up to their situation. “She didn’t come to the wedding and didn’t even want to see us,” Jonathan said in an interview. “But now she’s inviting us to bring the grandchildren to the house.”
Jonathan adds that when he first started telling his friends about his polyamorous relationship they didn’t think he was serious. “They thought it was all about kinky sex,” he told SFGate. “But now that we’ve spent time around them together they see how it works. If people aren’t exposed to our situation, then they don’t get it.”
Jonathan says the biggest misconception people have about their relationship is that he rules the roost, but he’s quick to point out that this is an equal partnership. “People think that because I have two wives that I’ve succeeded in life as a man,” Jonathan says. “But really it’s more like a bisexual women couple and their husband. It’s not a masculine-run household.”
Melinda and Dani married on a California beach on June 26, 2010, but since same-sex marriage was not legal in the Golden State at the time, their union is not legal.
A year later, Melinda confessed to Dani that she was feeling unfulfilled and wanted a man in her life. Months later, the two felt an instant connection with Jonathan in a building class and wrote him a letter revealing their romantic interest.
“When I met the girls I was just coming out of a long-term relationship with my childhood sweetheart,” Jonathan told the Daily Mail. ”I thought they were amazing and fancied them both, but I had to think long and hard whether I was capable of loving them both. While men might fantasize about such a situation, in reality it is double the responsibility.”
On a road trip, the three bonded and Jonathan warmed to the idea of loving two women. The three moved in together in 2013 and made plans to start a family.
We all have a fabulous sex life, share the same bed, so we just made sure we timed things correctly and prayed our wishes would come true,” Melinda told the Daily Mail. “I found out I was pregnant on January 14th (2014) and two weeks later we all let out a scream of pure delight when we found out Dani was expecting too.”
Before the babies arrived, the three married in a ceremony among friends and family last July, and while their marriage isn’t recognized legally they hope it will be someday. “There’s a huge polyamorous community that people don’t even know about,” Dani says. “Society really looks down on it, so we understand why poly people don’t ‘come out.’
“We want to show that love is beautiful and it’s OK to talk about it, regardless of what it ‘looks like.’ It’s really like any of the civil rights movements of the past, the more people are respectfully exposed to it the more people will accept it. We’re proud to get the conversations started.”
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Harvard University will have an Incest-fest

We warned you that legalizing same-sex marriage will have a slippery-slope effect. Practitioners and proponents will seek to normalize, if not legalize, other social taboos such as polygamy, incest, bestiality, and pedophilia.

And it’s all happening:

Here’s more evidence: The elite Harvard University, Obama’s alma mater, will have a debaucherous hookup dance called “Incest-Fest” this winter.

The word “hookup” (also called ”booty calls” or “friends with benefits”) refers to an increasingly common practice among America’s youth, especially on college campuses, of sexual intercourse without emotional commitment or even a preliminary pretense of a date. Stripped of its urban slang patina, hookups really are just casual sex — what used to be called “one night stands” — which is just another word for promiscuity.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the highest prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) is among the young: “Estimates suggest that even though young people aged 15–24 years represent only 25% of the sexually experienced population, they acquire nearly half of all new STDs.”

Harvard U’s Kirkland House

Oliver Darcy reports for CampusReform.org, Oct. 10, 2012:

At least one student at Harvard University is expressing outrage over the name of “Incest-Fest,” a hook-up dance to be held at the university’s famous Kirkland House dormitory this winter.

The event, described in the Kirkland House Wikipedia entry, is an annual  “debaucherous dance open only to [male and female] members of the house.”

Harvard’s official student newspaper, The Crimson, also mentions the event in it campus life guide. “You’ll spend all of Secret Santa week watching underclad men gyrating in the dining hall and figuring out who you’ll hook up with at Incest Fest,” it reads. “[H]ouse life is incredibly close-knit, bordering on downright incestuous. But there’s more to Kirkland than raunchy dining hall skits and regrettable hook-ups,” the paper continues.

Junior Samantha Berstler, who is a resident in the Kirkland House however, argued in an op-ed in the The Crimson, that the party’s name is “offensive and insensitive”  because incest is no joking matter. “The name ‘Incest-Fest’ is not sexy or cute or clever,” wrote Berstle.

Other students commenting responded to Bestle’s criticism, however, suggesting she should lighten up. “Don’t go and let other people have a sick time getting laid,” wrote an apparent student, Marcus Bunny.

A spokesperson for Harvard University did not provide comment to Campus Reform, despite multiple inquiries via phone and e-mail.

Famous former residents of the Kirkland dorm include Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) and, and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

~Eowyn

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Hollywood director says incest is fine

“In a world without God, everything is permitted.” -Fyodor Dostoyevsky

We warned you!

The approval of gay same-sex marriage is a slippery slope. With it, the door is opened to the legitimation of other social taboos.

Earlier this month, I posted on Brazil recognizing a polygamous civil union of a man and two women. Now, a Hollywood director is voicing his support of incest.

Nick Cassavetes, the director of the romantic movie, The Notebook, and son of the late John Cassavetes, says he doesn’t think there’s anything wrong with incest, comparing it to being gay, and that we should all just “love who [sic] you want.”

Open-minded: Filmmaker Nick Cassavetes admitted in an interview that he thinks incest should be accepted the same way gay marriage isOpen-minded & neck-tattooed Nick Cassavetes

Victoria Wellman reports for the UK’s Daily Mail, Sept. 10, 2012, that in an interview about his new movie, Yellow, Nick Cassavetes defended the movie’s “heroine” Mary’s affair with her brother.

Although has has no personal experience with incest, Cassavetes says he’s not in a position to condemn incest and compares it to gay marriage.

Yellow stars Cassavetes’ ex-wife Heather Wahlquist, who plays Mary, a woman addicted to pain-killers who loses her teaching job in Oklahoma. Cassavetes explains a “tender and affecting” scene in which Mary goes to visit her brother in prison:

“We started thinking about [incest]. We had heard a few stories where brothers and sisters were completely, absolutely in love with one another. You know what? This whole movie is about judgment, and lack of it, and doing what you want. Who gives a shit if people judge you? I’m not saying this is an absolute but in a way, if you’re not having kids – who gives a damn? Love who you want. Isn’t that what we say? Gay marriage – love who you want? If it’s your brother or sister it’s super-weird, but if you look at it, you’re not hurting anybody except every single person who freaks out because you’re in love with one another.’

The movie took three years to make owing to recurring funding problems and was finally finished with Cassavetes’ winnings at the casino.

“During the next hundred years, the question for those who love liberty is whether we can survive the most insidious and duplicitous attacks from within, from those who undermine the virtues of our people, doing in advance the work of the Father of Lies. “There is no such thing as truth,” they teach even the little ones. “Truth is bondage. Believe what seems right to you. There are as many truths as there are individuals. Follow your feelings. Do as you please. Get in touch with your self. Do what feels comfortable.” Those who speak in this way prepare the jails of the twenty-first century. They do the work of tyrants.” ― Michael Novak

French Cardinal Philippe Barbarin of Lyon warns that the legalization of same-sex marriage would manifest a “breakdown in society,” and predicts that polygamy and incest could eventually be legalized. For that, Barbarin is being blasted by Bertrand Delanoë, the openly homosexual mayor of Paris.

Delanoë said: “It is very shocking and even surprising coming from him, because he is someone I consider a wise man. I don’t know what came over him, he flipped his lid a little bit and what he said was downright ugly.”

Someone should send this post to Cardinal Barbarin, and Barbarin should demand an apology from Mayor Delanoë. All Barbarin did was speak the truth.

~Eowyn

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