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The hour-and-a-half-long interview yielded many excellent comments. D. Kemp, a very professional, upbeat, and friendly single young woman found herself fascinated on learning about the whole new movement, "Christain Polygamy," and what it's really all about. As the following quotes reveal, she "got" it, she really "got the message" of what it's all about. So much so, that she herself presents some amazing and powerful quotes, as follow...
(After Mark, the Founder explained how the Supreme Court cases of "Romer v. Evans" and "Lawrence v. Texas" guranteed that "Polygamy is the next civil rights battle"...)
D. Kemp: Wow! That is sooooo interesting. Thank you for sharing that. ... That's REALLY interesting. So there IS hope on the horizon [[legally]]."
Mark, the Founder: Absolutely. There's no question about it.
(Mark, the Founder explained how the TruthBearer Agenda seeks to bring down the "house of cards of anti-polygamy thinking" by removing the "first floor." That is, by first persuading the fellow conservative Christians of the Scripturality of Christian Polygamy, that then removes the "first floor" of opposition. Then all other politcial constituencies will also stop opposing polygamy. After explaining that,...)
D. Kemp: Wow! That is a smart way to approach it.
D. Kemp: Something I keep thinking of, as you're mentioning, as you're talking, is, to me, I mean, I'm [[a single woman]]. I was thinking that having a network, having ---as from a female perspective, of course--- having other wives and a supportive husband around you, I mean, the benefit, some of the ---what am I trying to say?--- it just seems like it's a great support structure...
Mark, the Founder: Exactly.
D. Kemp: ...to have people inherently there, that you can trust, and that you know and love. And to me, from an outsider's perspective, who doesn't know a whole heck of a lot about it and is trying to learn, that seems to be a huge benefit, to WOMEN.
Mark, the Founder: The whole idea that women like talking with each other and sharing what's going on or "soundboarding" their feelings.
D. Kemp: Exactly. Or, God forbid, you know, some sort of tragedy happens in their life, they have someone right there...
Mark, the Founder: Right.
D. Kemp: ...versus a lot of people that I know, and... that have no siblings, have no [[nearby or local extended-family]], and this is all right there and very helpful. So, in a way, it's, it's HELPFUL to women in this society to have it. I mean, for the women that are interested and accepting of that...
(After explaining how most of the media reports about polygamy are about either criminals or "circus acts," and how the TruthBearer organization seeks to keep the the focus on the "presentation of our rhetoric"...)
Mark, the Founder: When people HEAR us, and HEAR what we have to say, almost all of the time, love-not-force wil persuade them.
D. Kemp: Mm-hm.
Mark, the Founder: I mean, just think, yourself, how much have we not already educated you ---now, maybe it's not something YOU want for yourself--- but how much have we not already educated you of it as a positive possibility...
D. Kemp: Oh, immensely.
Mark, the Founder: ...for other people. Whether this is for you or not is irrelevant. We need THAT rhetoric to be heard and to be presented.
D. Kemp: As I started researching the whole, I mean, it as a whole, well, this is OKAY as long as it is not hurting anybody, or forcing anybody, and, um, when, it was like BINGO when I read...
Mark, the Founder: Love-not-force confirmed it?
D. Kemp: Yeah!
Mark, the Founder: I see.
D. Kemp: And that's what people will want to hear.
(After discussing more about love-not-force, D. Kemp referred to the events in the "Christian Polygamy movement" in 1999, when some cruel men were trying to promote "force polygamy" and losing their wives, which led to "love-not-force" to correct the matter...)
D. Kemp: It was certainly great that, when the difficulty you had earlier, uh ---what was it, 95, or?--- ...
Mark, the Founder: It was tragic!
D. Kemp: ...to come back with such a forceful THREE WORDS to really re-establish what it's all about.
(After discussing the impact of love-not-force on the history and movement of Christian Polygamy, Mark, the Founder mentioned how both challenging yet exciting it has been to be involved in such a profound movement...)
Mark, the Founder: [[Chuckling]] You don't have a roadmap of how to change the course of history!
(Nearing the end of the interview, D. Kemp again mentioned the matter of her discovering the love-not-force message and history in her research. Love-not-force...)
D. Kemp: Yeah! Definitely! That's a wonderful part of it. Like I said, when I read that, I was like, Whoa! BINGO!
Mark, the Founder: That's the key that unlocks the door.
D. Kemp: Yeah.
(In bringing the interview to a close expressed what she thought of the interview...)
D. Kemp: It was quite a pleasure to talk to you, and it's really fascinating to learn about.