Polyamory has to be seen... I would think that ceremonies would be a major way to be seen to those around us, but they're specifically what's illegal :P
I guess I might be a bit bitter, but in the absence of any legal rights I feel like a symbolic ceremony is kind of the only thing we have left to express our commitment to one another, and it's definitely a shame that it's illegal. I don't understand why he says "the decision allows us to do virtually anything the vast majority of polyamorists would want to do". Are most polys not interested in getting married? Are those who are only interested in marrying one of their partners? Does that mean the primary/secondary hierarchy is far more common than I thought?