Add a Bit of Homosexuality to Make Polygamy PC

San Francisco newspaper site sings praises to polygamy, probably because it started as a Lesbian couple.

This story is a bit dated. But since we are seeing this pushed in, and a threesome in Montana is pushing for it, and is quite excited by the prospect, I think it would be good to review how the media promotes perversion and makes it normal.

The site is associated with the San Francisco Chronicle. I don’t know if it was ever an actual news story in its print edition or not. But this counts as mainstream media and it is unquestioningly positive about the entire thing. Reading the story there is no question this is a superior form of family.

An Oakland family has found what they think is the key to a happy household: three parents.

Two women named Melinda and Dani Phoenix and the man they both consider their husband, Jonathan Stein, are in a polyamorous relationship and parenting two babies together under the same roof.

Melinda and Dani began their relationship as a lesbian couple and became domestic partners in 2010. A year later, Jonathan joined them as the third partner and the three married last summer in a ceremony that is not legally recognized.

Now they’re sharing their story to raise awareness about polyamorous families and hope that some day these arrangements can be widely accepted and legally recognized. With children entering their picture, they feel gaining support from the community is more important than ever.

Melinda delivered her first child, Oliver, in a water birth on September 6, 2014, with Dani and Jonathan by her side.

A month later, Melinda and Jonathan supported Dani in the birthing tub and welcomed Ella Lynn on October 11.

Now the three are working as a team and sharing the responsibilities of caring for two babies. While many new parents are sleep-deprived and overwhelmed, this trio are gliding through parenthood as they take turns with childcare, diaper changes and nighttime feedings.

“We split things up,” Dani says. “We’re all working hard and well as a team.”

“Melinda and I both breastfeed. He’s my son and she’s my daughter and vice versa. We share that responsibility and that love with them.”

In addition to nurturing two new babies, the three parents are working various degrees of part-time hours outside the home. Dani has a low-key dog-walking service, Melinda runs her own healing studio in Oakland called East-West Collaborative Health and Jonathan keeps busy as a self-employed carpenter. Together, they earn enough money to cover household expenses.

With three parents rotating kid duty, it’s also possible for the two moms to advance their careers by going to school. Melinda is earning a degree in Chinese medicine and after a semester break, she’s now loading up on extra units while Dani stays home to watch the babies.

“I’m the primary boob for the babies,” Dani says, jokingly.

So everything is better. More time. More attention to the babies. More money for less effort. Breastfeeding easier with four boobs. The story keeps on the same way. It is a Valentine to perversion.

The article goes on to make explicit what you guess from the first couple of paragraphs. This “family” is far superior to a polygamous relationship because the “wives” are into each other. There is no evil hierarchy.

And the slideshow has cute baby pictures.

The writer basically wrote the threesome’s public relations piece.

This is how it is done. You write about the new perversion as some kind of amazing utopia. Then you accuse anyone who disapproves of bigotry and phobia and hate.

Then the Supreme Court says they have a right to be called a “marriage.”

In the meantime, an Oregon couple is being financially destroyed and their First Amendment rights are getting shredded in both free speech and free exercise of religion. All because they don’t want to promote this kind of fantasy.

Love wins. Reason is defeated.