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By Zacha Rosen
April 26, 2011
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The Great Love Debate: That Polyamory Doesn’t Work

Six debators at Serial Space may or may not make you love them.
By Zacha Rosen
April 26, 2011
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Polyamory (loving two or more people, sincerely, at the same time) from the outside tends to look a bit like piloting a fighter jet, requiring talent, instinct and a lot of practice. But it looks to me like it can be done, and done well. One half of Serial Space's upcoming debators are happy to agree with me, the other half are happy to see my heart pulled apart in two equally well-loved directions. As part of their series of Great Debates, Serial Space is hosting The Great Love Debate - That Polyamory Doesn't Work, to put the idea to bed once and for all.

Debating for the affirmative are Imperial Panda regular Eddie Sharp, Angela Bowne Anderson and ACON icon Siri May. Contradicting are Performance-Spacer Lara Thoms (who is either Spat or Loogie), as well as Nigel Cox and Jess Keen. Recently preggers Nick Coyle is adjudicating, and you can relax after the love-fueled bloodletting to the discs of Tyson Koh alter-ego Baron Mundi. Serial Space is home to deep thinkers and agile speakers. You may or may not find yourself changing your mind, partner or preconceptions, but you're likely to fall in love with all on stage.

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