Why you should drop the ‘e’ in ethical non-monogamy

1. It concedes the immorality of non-monogamy

2. It disallows non-monogamy the right to be messy

3. It has been used to mask unethical behaviour

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Claire Louise Travers is a writer, podcaster, and humanitarian aid worker. She writes on Medium about polyamory, ethical aid, and international development

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Claire Louise Travers

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Claire Louise Travers is a writer, podcaster, and humanitarian aid worker. She writes on Medium about polyamory, ethical aid, and international development

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