I suppose if poly is applied to gays, you'll be much more sympathetic, because that's the way you are, bigoted.<quoted text>
I do sometimes use ďtake what you put outĒ as an argument of those individuals that cannot see past themselves, but in no way am I for denying such rights.
Again I would vote in favor of poly marriage if it came up, I am only noticing that it isnít going to come up, because the most vocal supporters of it are too lazy to do anything about it but whine on an internet forum.
If they try it in Utah, they will be laughed off the national stage, Utah is already in the national news working to deny marriage equality to others. They could try it in California, but funds coming from Utah into California for a proposition have sort of a negative image right now.
Maybe Montana would be a good place to start.
Some homosexual activists also see the link between same-sex marriage and polygamy. Justin Michael, founder of the group "Polyamorous NYC," says that efforts by homosexual activists to deny the link with polyamory is false and cowardly.
"I'd encourage people to keep an open mind," he asserted, "it wasn't too long ago that gay relationships were completely ostracized. All movements have a tendency to build on the movements that have come before them."
He added: "It's hypocritical for us as gays and lesbians to pretend we're the only people who are treated differently because our relationships are not mainstream. Both communities are concerned with love, and forming lasting relationships, and with our own liberation."