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Especially because the multi-love movement was hobbled for three decades by lack of a clear name for itself before settling on "polyamory" in the early 1990s.
The usual story is that the word was invented by Morning Glory Zell-Ravenheart in her article "A Bouquet of Lovers" in the Beltane (Spring) 1990 issue of the Neo-Pagan magazine Green Egg.
Closer living will be attractive to people only in a new culture with unusually high interpersonal and group-living skills by today's standards. I see today's polyamory community gardening up sprouts of these next-level interpersonal and group-interaction skills, and the ideology of this new culture.
I really want these ideas and practices to take root well enough to survive through ugly times, if that's what's coming, and be there to seed the ground on the other side. A sustainable world is going to require attractive ways to pursue and acquire richness and purpose and meaning in life that do not depend on Getting More Stuff.
One of the ceremony's guests will be Andrea's ex-husband, John.
He is, by Andrea's own admission, a "great guy," to whom she was married for four years (they had lived together for five years prior).
They ultimately parted because they had lost the feeling of being a romantic couple and had become much more like buddies.
It will also require economic structures that do not depend on ever-increasing material consumption year by year to stay ahead of economic failure. A sustainable world, on the far side of whatever is coming first, will surely require more people sharing homes, kitchens, child-rearing, goods and resources of all kinds.
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