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Guest: Doris Hanson!!!
Doris Hanson fled the Kingston polygamous group when she was eighteen years old. When she was born, a leader of the group asked her mother to save this baby girl for him - to be one of his wives when she grows up. She felt lost and alone for quite some time.
Years later, Doris became a devout Christian, who currently has her own T.V. show called ‘Polygamy - What Love is This’, where she often compares Mormon Polygamist Doctrine with the Bible.
On her T.V. show, she interviews people who have left the Main stream LDS Church, as well as many who’ve left polygamy. Doris is also the Director of Shield and Refuge Ministries helping people leave polygamy.
Guest: Kollene Snow
Beautiful, feisty Kollene Snow ditched polygamy and speaks out for those who are still in and for what she feels is right! Her father has numerous wives, so she has more siblings than she can count. She’s was recently on the Sister Wives “reality” show again, this time with me, Willie Steed and Christine Katas showing snippets of a 2.5 hour panel discussion in Las Vegas.
“Disasters and hardships can be good fortune; each rousing awareness for the necessity of change.” -
Guest: Dr. Susan Stickevers.
Tomorrow on P.U. Dr. Susan Stickevers from New York, will discuss SIS research as compared to anecdotal and anthropologist claims about polygamy. SIS research claims that “polygamous wives clearly suffer profound emotional and economic harm.” Her educated points of view, and personal experiences recap researchers’—that show polygamy is detrimental to all children, women and men involved, as well as to society.
It’s been a very successful past year on Polygamy Uncensored. In this last session, Kristyn winds up her
talk show with a review of conversations with past guests. There are 40 archived conversations for you to learn from. Most of Kristyn’s guests have shared their stories of leaving polygamy, of their heartaches, and of their ongoing concerns. With these
conversations, you can also listen to professionals who have discussed past and ongoing research that informs listeners of the ongoing harms of polygamy to men, women, children and society. Kristyn thanks everyone who contributed to this cause by sharing their stories, and those who tuned in and will continue to listen in, and forward this information on to others.
check out archived shows on:http://kristyn.srbroadcasting.com/
Guest: Lisa Seville.
Lisa Seville is a graduate student of William Carey International University in Pasadena California. Lisa received her undergraduate degree from Westmont College in Santa Barbara, where she studied under the leading expert in the country from a sociological standpoint on the topic of New Religious Movements.
Troy Bowles grew up in a polygamous family. At age 17 he stopped participating in the religion. After spending some time in the US Navy, he returned to Utah and got involved in political activism. He busied himself writing his story and telling of the ethical problems he saw within polygamous society.
Guest: Paula Guenon, Producer, Host & Media Consultant.
Join Kristyn and Paula as they discuss the need for more balance in the media showing the effects of Polygamy as being not about choice, the mainstream media ignoring those who are abused and more!!!
Don't miss this spirited conversation of a person who spent 50 years in Polygamy and an outsider learning the "dark side" of it.
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On Tonights Show of The Dymonds Radio Show, we will be discussing a topic DJ AG wants to address.
Polygamy. The practice of having one or more spouse.
Polygyny. A situation where a man has multiple wives.
Polyandry. A situation where a female has multiple husbands.
So tonight, we are asking, Why is it ok for a man to be in a polygamous relationship, but not socially acceptable for a women to be in one?
Double standard? Or is there a reason behind it?
Tune in to hear the different opinions on why men and women either agree or disagree with this form of living.