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Non-Monogamy Could Cause Tensions

1973

Nick remembers one of the best things of the GLF manifesto was an attack on patriarchy. The position on monogamy was that it was oppressive. Nobody owns another personís body. They believed in open relationships and this was embraced in the Melchett Road collective Ė meaning they could sleep with each other and people from outside the collective as they wanted and nobody else in the collective had the right to object to it. Of course it caused tensions and one night all of Nickís belongings were thrown out of the top floor of the house by Karl!

Contributed by: Nick Stanley, 63

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