Polygamy Given Legal Recognition in Cambridge, MA

by Seth Udinski
Polygamy Now Legalized in Cambridge, MA

Seth Udinski, FISM News


The sexual revolution in the United States is reaching new levels of perversion.  Last week, the city of Cambridge, Massachusetts, announced in a city council meeting that “polyamorous relationships” will now be recognized as legal domestic partnerships.  Cambridge becomes the second city in the United States to legalize this sort of partnership, along with another Massachusetts town, Somerville.  What exactly is a “polyamorous” domestic relationship?

The phrase “polyamorous relationship” is a euphemism for polygamy.  Two Massachusetts cities have now legally recognized polygamous relationships, relationships that up until recently would be perceived as grotesque. Unsurprisingly, the far-left caucus in Massachusetts does not see this for the perversion it is, but rather as another victory for the social justice cause.  The Polyamory Legal Advocacy Coalition (PLAC) issued a statement praising the new law.  In it they said,

The ordinance was developed with detailed input from the newly formed Polyamory Legal Advocacy Coalition (PLAC), and is the first of what advocates hope will be a wave of legal recognition for polyamorous families and relationships in 2021.

Polygamous relationships are included under the general “plus” representation in the LGBTQ+ community.  Though it has only reached legality in two cities, legalized polygamy opens up a new age of licentiousness in the sexual revolution.  For Christians, the obvious question is “Where does it end?”  Legalized gay marriage, transgender protection laws, bisexuality, and now polygamy may only be the beginning.  The next dominoes to fall, God forbid, could be legalized beastiality and even legalized pedophelia.