Here's 'Polyamory': Multi-Partner Sexual-Rights Crusade on the Horizon
Polyamorists distinguish their lifestyle from cheating and adultery because, they say, it hinges on the consent of all parties, and can involve unmarried people. Activists say such behavior is more common than many people presume. Some studies suggest that as many as a fifth of Americans have engaged in consensual non-monogamy at some point in their lives. The studies show that at any given time, an estimated 4% to 5% of the population is in a consensually non-monogamous relationship.
While the coronavirus pandemic and social distancing are expected to put a temporary damper on polyamory, those numbers could rise if the social disincentives were removed â€“ in part because some adulterers and cheaters could become consensual non-monogamists.
Activists are moving to dismantle the legal and social barriers, and say their goals are beginning to take shape....
Never underestimate the power of sin to corrode its way beyond its boundaries.
Sexual immorality, which is defined by the Lord & not crowd sourced, is a major issue throughout the NT. Note that two or three of the churches to which John wrote in Revelations as Jesus' emanuensis contain statements that they should turn from it. Huge warnings and desperate efforts are underway to stop ears, blind eyes, and run after the flesh.