James Lopez

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James Lopez did his undergraduate work in philosophy and religious studies at California State University, Northridge. He’s currently pursuing a BSci in political science at Indiana University and a Master’s degree in philosophy at Biola University. His interests are socio-political philosophy, applied ethics and constitutional law. He is particularly interested in issues surrounding children’s rights such as Assisted Reproductive Technologies and polyamory. He has written for The Federalist and Public Discourse.

James leads the Biola Anscombe Society and is a Youth Council Member at the International Children’s Rights Institute. He occasionally blogs at PursuingtheGood.WordPress.com.

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Relationships, Society | 2 years ago

Polyamory is Not A Family Structure for Children

Polyamory is “the practice of having multiple romantic or sexual relationships at the same time with all partners’ full knowledge and consent,” explains a Tedx speaker. Why would anyone choose it? In her book, The Polyamorists Next Door, polyamory expert and…

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