Reported by Breakingthenewsbarrier.com Writer Mark Zyckerman June 18, 2012
Under the new state laws and lack of federal for this group Gay and Lesbians can legally marry one partner in one state and be married to other partners in other states since there is no federal recognition of marriage rights.
Breakingthenewsbarrier.com recently interview one of these modern day Polygamist about how they manage six families:
Breakingthenewsbarrier: What is it like to legally have six wives in the United States and do they all know about each other?
Lesbian Polygamist: Yes all my wives are aware of each other and our legal boundries of marriage. Lesbians have a tendency to succeed in family orientated relationships and we all support each other. My biggest issue is jet lag.
Breakingthenewsbarrier: What made you decide to marry six women?
Lesbian Polygamist: Same sex marriage is now legal in six states in the United States. Each of the six states practice their own autonomy regarding same sex marriage and I have no federal obligations to marry only once nor do I have federal rights to protect marriage as a plural entity.
Breakingthenewsbarrier: Do you know of others who are engaging in multiple same sex marriages?
Lesbian Polygamist: I dont not know of anyone else at this point but I do know that unless same sex marriage becomes under the federal umbrella others will engage in same sex polygamist marriage.