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Old 04-22-2012, 10:16 AM
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Default Slate article on polyamory as "surprisingly woman-friendly"

When I first started reading about poly in 2010, I had come across an article somewhere that talked about how woman-centric poly is. It stated that women are leading the way in embracing poly in Western culture. I don't remember where I came across that article, but I just found a newish one, from March 2012, which does address this a bit.

And it's a pretty good read:

Making Love and Trouble: The surprisingly woman-friendly roots of modern polyamory.
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