Normalizing Polyamory

Polyamory, throuple, and adultery are all in the same spectrum of normalizing immorality

Interaction, entanglement, trouble, or polyamory is the latest woke vocabulary in liberal America that normalize sin. The word polyamorous first appeared in an article, “A Bouquet of Lovers,” in May 1990.

All hell broke loose in 2015 after same-sex marriage was legalized. A few years after, people came out of the closet, proud and out to live a polyamorous life.

1. Normalizing adultery in Hollywood

In the late 1960s, Hollywood took on a more permissive rating system; nudity and casual sex were portrayed on screen. Today, there’s practically no rating. Some celebrities admitted to having “real sex” during filming. After all, Satan no longer hides in Hollywood.

Will and Jada Smith

Hollywood actor Will Smith and his wife Jada had an open marriage. In a reality T.V. show, Will asked her how she felt about her “interaction” with another man, singer August Alsina. Jada replied, “It has been so long since I felt good, and it was a joy to help heal somebody.”

In short, celebrities are normalizing adultery. Worst, they discussed their mutual infidelity before millions of America. Hence, such sin becomes acceptable.

In 2021, Elle magazine had a list of 17 Hollywood celebrities reportedly in an adulterous, aka “open relationship.”

Celebrities are normalizing adultery.

2. Normalizing polyamory in television

In 2020, NBC’s House Hunter featured two women and a man having a shared relationship with one husband—signaling the normalization of adultery on T.V. Today, instead of using the word adultery, liberals call it polyamory, entanglement, or trouple.

They’re just proud of it

In 2022, ‘Got Talent’ contestant Justin Rupple called out his “partners” on stage just before his performance. When asked why with an “s,” he said he was in a polyamorous relationship.

He has a wife and another woman, who is part of their “threesome marriage.” Judge Terry Mandel said, “I want to give you the golden buzzer now,” as the audience cheered for Rupple’s proud revelation.

Threesome marriage: “I want to give you the golden buzzer.”

3. Normalizing throuple

Around 2020, Netflix began introducing movie series that normalize sex among young people. For example, the release of “Cuties” faced backlash because it hypersexualized tweens. In the same year, ‘Never Have I Ever’ was a teen series about a teenage girl in a polyamorous relationship.

Adultery is now a fashion statement

It used to be that polyamory, throuple, or “ménage à trois” was taboo, but today, Gen-Z see it as something normal. A sin that’s something to be proud of.

On Etsy, there are fashion statements that you can buy that promote “immorality.” There are blogs about “How to Navigate your First Throuple” or “The Do’s and Don’ts of Entanglements.”

Screenshot of an article that celebrates and normalizes throuple, a sin and abomination before a Holy God.

What the Bible says

All these sexual behavior outside an intimate relationship between a man and woman may have been practiced even in Biblical times. Kings in every nation had their harems of concubines, including King David and Solomon, but it does not mean God is for it.

The Bible records them to remind everyone that a society that condones such behavior will face God’s wrath and judgment in time.

Deuteronomy 22:22
If a man is discovered to have sexual relations with another man’s wife, the man who had sex with the woman and the woman must die. You must purge the evil from Israel.


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