is the human resource and expert for the National Polygamy Rights Movement for Consenting Adults.
When media outlets need a proven expert on polygamy (and as long as they are not trying to intentionally advance a biased anti-polygamy agenda instead), they turn to National Polyamy Advocate, Mark Henkel.
Mark Henkel has been interviewed by, and reported in, multitudes of media sources, including: ABC's 20/20, NBC's TODAY Show, FOX Business Network, MSNBC, CourtTV (TruTV), RT America, Newsweek, The Associated Press, USA Today, Washington Times, various print media outlets, and numerous radio programs.
2010 Jul 01
Special Report Marry Non-Humans? Funny TV Sound-bite Flattens Slippery Slope
On the "Stossel" show on FOX Business Network, a segment discussing the prohibition of polygamy ended with everyone laughing from an unexpected new sound-bite - a humorous response which may now be repeated to flatten the "marrying non-humans" slippery slope argument.
MARK HENKEL'S RENOWNED SOUND-BITES
Mr. Henkel originated the now-famous sound-bite, "'Polygamy rights' is the next civil rights battle."
NEWSWEEK quoted him as saying, "If Heather can have two mommies, why can't she have two mommies AND a daddy?"
"Someone like a Hugh Hefner will have a successful television show with three live-in girlfriends. And that's all okay. And he's making great money, and that's fine and great entertainment. But suddenly, if that man was to marry them, then suddenly he's a criminal. That's insane!"
Other famous sound-bites originated by Mark Henkel:
"Anti-polygamy is the REAL 'slippery slope' that LED to same sex marriage."
"No special rights for anyone. No special rights for homosexuals, and no special rights for those who   choose 'one-man/one-woman.'"
"The Polygamy Rights WIN-WIN Solution can finally end the marriage debate once and for all. Conservatives win with limited government. Liberals win with 'equal rights for all.'"
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