Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Polyandry - Hold The Ladder Steady
To me Polyandry makes sense with me in these times and looking at the
future relating to the change in the job markets, income inequality, tax cuts,
food stamp cuts etc. It is clear "No man is an island."
Well it's true! Even now as life is more support is needed for the female a long
with the male. Admitting so does not declare defeat! Just points to needs being
fixed. If it's broke fix it! If getting that rope for your cliff on insanity or something
of a trampoline while jumping up and down venting then take that in!
How daunting would it be over and over not fixing yourself?
It's not that hard just a form of cause and effect knowing the need for a
safety net. Polyandry in a career and life is like the woman walking
the tightrope. The more safety nets she has the farther she will go.
Or the higher up the later she goes the more guys it takes to hold the ladder.
And so is the point it's ok to take in that good in your life.
If it's willing then you should ask when was the last time that happened.
Talk make that agreement!
"James, James Hold The Ladder Steady." More of the point to make that effort
than not! (James, James... More than one James?!)
~~~~~Having Multiple Devoted Boyfriends Is Wonderful, Polyandrous Women Confirm When asked if she's seen female clients have success at polyandry, Dr. Renye, like Jislaaik, says that most of them had come to the relationship structure through established polyamorous communities. When asked what advice she would give to women seeking polyandrous relationships, Dr. Renye responds, "If that's what's desired, create it—because it's possible, but no matter which people are seeking in love and sex, there is inevitably somebody else out there who is also seeking that."
~~~~~One Husband Can't Save a Low-Income Woman from Poverty She'll Need Three or Four Left-leaning poverty experts are all in a tizzy this week about conservative arguments that the answer to poverty is marriage — to “stay in school, get married and have children in that order,” as Ari Fleischer, a former press secretary for President George W. Bush, most recently put it.
They’re arguing that the best ways to combat the multi-generational cycle of poverty and near-poverty that now traps one in three American women, and 28 million children are education, decently-paid jobs with benefits, high quality childcare and work supports like paid family leave.
These ideas aren’t new. They’re not sexy or exciting. And they’re certainly not likely to get any meaningful traction in our current Congress.
That’s why I’ve come up with a hot new idea. It’ll boost the marriage rate, combat child poverty, and, very likely, promote no-cost family planning among the poor – all without any new burden on taxpayers. It’s polyandry – think “Sister Wives” turned “Brother Husbands” — and it was inspired by Barbara Ehrenreich, the acerbic author best known for her 2001 book, Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America.
~~~~~Sex at Dawn
The authors do not take an explicit position in the book regarding the morality or desirability of monogamy or alternative sexual behavior in modern society, but argue that people should be made aware of our behavioral history so that they can make better informed choices.