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The slippery slope to polygyny

Posted by Secular on November 17, 2012

by Moira Clarke

The slippery slope argument is often trotted out as a scare-mongering tactic in opposition to marriage equality. In this article, our SPA member explains why the argument does not apply to same-sex marriage, why it is very unlikely to succeed in the fight to legalise polygamy (or rather, polygyny), and why polygamy is a problem in the first place.

Link to article published in Online Opinion, 15 June 2012

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