The last few weeks have been a time of quite some stress for me due to lots of work in my full-time job and a longer illness before things eased thanks to being on holiday in January.
I would like to welcome everyone of the new Followers, and also say hello to old ones. Thank you for supporting this website by reading and sharing my articles.
I am not able to name everyone who shared or mentioned me, some also might not like that. So I will just name those who are also active in public, without claiming that this is a complete list: Christopher Ryan @ChrisRyanPhD , Kendra Holliday @TBK365, Pieter Schultz @polyamorie , Modern Poly @modernpoly, LookingThrough.Us @LookThroughUs , IPG @IPGcounselingNJ , Jennifer Bareilles ♥ @JennBareilles, Lucius Scribbens
@LScribbens, Titania Leigh @IamOneBusyMomma , Polytical.org @polyticalorg.
I hope this will be a good year for you personally and for the themes that this website reports about. One shining example of hope concerning equal treatment of sexual minorities and unusual ways of love and family life was the inauguration speech by president Obama acknowledging the need to give homosexuals equal rights (article on Viktor-Leberecht.com). I hope we will see more progress on the theme of multiple relations (Polygamy and Polyamory), and here i guess the most interesting things will happen in the Sister Wives case fighting to decriminalise Polygamy in Utah (Link leads to an article in german).
Thank you, Viktor Leberecht
Notice: This article is translated and some contents might have been added or left out to better meet the needs of an international audience from an original article on one of my german websites Viktor-Leberecht.de or Polygamie-ist-gut-fuer-sie.de (engl:Polygamy is good for you). How i do my translations. Last updated: January 23, 2013 at 16:28 pm © Viktor Leberecht All rights reserved. Please feel free to share my content, but on republishing this post please provide a link to the original post, which happens automatically when you use Social-Sharing-Services. What do you think? Leave a comment here or send me a question through the contact form or the FAQ. You may also use your Facebook or your Twitter account for commenting (Twitter and Facebook login is above the comment field. The plugin that is used for this will ask for permission to access your respective account, but only in relation to your comment here.). All comments will be moderated due to legal regulations and to avoid Spam.