Speak more about non-monogamy demands the author of an article in the student newspaper of Maryland University on 19th of November 2017.
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“It has been estimated that about four to five percent of Americans engage in non-monogamy — that’s a couple million people, but for some reason the topic mostly stays out of prominent pop culture. There is no way all renowned celebrities are monogamous, so why aren’t folks doing more to change the dialogue around polyamory? Social norms are shifting, but non-monogamy still isn’t widely accepted. “
Viktor Leberecht studied history and is a trained and experienced journalist. He does not belong to any religion or ideological group. Since 2003 Viktor has been living in a polyamorous and open relationship with a woman who was married to another man - her husband died in 2018.
Viktor gives speeches and writes about polyamory and its marital form, polygamy, to inform, dispel prejudice and promote social acceptance of polyamory and polygamy.
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