by Jason Stotts
Since issuing my call for readers for my new essay on polysexuality yesterday, I have since changed my mind and I have decided to go ahead and publish the essay in what I am going to call its polished second draft form. I want to thank those who helped me by reading the first draft: the essay is much better as a result of your feedback. I also want to thank those who offered to read the second draft, even though it’s going to print early.
Now, a word about the essay itself. I consider this essay more of a “proof-of-concept” essay where I am trying to see whether polysexuality can be morally justified. I think on this point, that the essay succeeds and I find myself being slowly convinced that polysexuality can be moral. However, I think that this is far from being my final word on the subject and, thus, this shouldn’t be considered my final position on the subject. Consequently, I welcome feedback on the essay and hope to eventually come out with a new version that is improved by the comments I get here.
Given that the essay is over 10,000 words (20 single spaced pages), I will be publishing it in parts in the next several days at noon (PST) each day.
3. Isn’t Polysexuality Unnatural?
4. The Value of Polysexuality
I hope that this essay will prompt people to think about their beliefs regarding sexuality and, perhaps, gain a new insight into what is a natural facet of human sexuality.