Internet atheism and polyamory
Polyamory is a general term to denote relationships involving more than one individual. In polyamorous relationships often one man is “dating” several women and each of the women is in turn dating several men.
Polyskeptic.com and polyamory
|“|| On June 13, 2012, an advocate of the Question evolution! campaign wrote:
Polyskeptic.com is an atheist website devoted to the issue of polyamory in relation to atheism.
Blogspot.com, where this Question Evolution! Campaign blog is hosted, has a statistics feature which among other things gives the total views of a blog in a given day. For the day of 5/13/12 (which is the last full day that blogspot.com has statistics for) this blog received 1,202 total views according to blogspot.com.
This Question evolution! blog, which has not yet been heavily promoted, has an Alexa traffic rank of 2,178,256 as of June 14, 2012. The website Polyskeptic.com has an Alexa traffic rank of 2,276,133 as of June 14, 2012.
Atheist Nexus and polyamory
The website Atheist Nexus bills itself as "The World’s Largest Coalition of Nontheists and Nontheist Communities." As of June 14, 2012, the website Atheist Nexus had an entire group devoted to polyamory.
Wikipedia on polyamory
For example, the current Wikipedia article on atheism is very flattering to atheism. As of June 14, 2012 the Wikipedia atheism article does not explicitly mention the tens of millions who died under atheist communist regimes although it does allude to it. Dr. R. J. Rummel, professor emeritus of political science at the University of Hawaii, is the scholar who first coined the term democide (death by government). Dr. R. J. Rummel's mid estimate regarding the loss of life due to communism is that communism caused the death of approximately 110,286,000 people between 1917 and 1987. In addition, as of June 14, 2012, Wikipedia had no article on militant atheism and deleted its article written on militant atheism.
As of June 14, 2012 Wikipedia had this flattering description of polyamory:
|“||Polyamory, often abbreviated as poly, is often described as consensual, ethical, or responsible non-monogamy. The word is sometimes used in a broader sense to refer to sexual or romantic relationships that are not sexually exclusive, though there is disagreement on how broadly it applies; an emphasis on ethics, honesty, and transparency all around is widely regarded as the crucial defining characteristic.||”|
For more information please see: Atheist leaders and immoral relationships