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www.therichest.com/.../the-10-biggest-polygamous-families

It is reality show that follows the life of a polygamous family living in Utah, where the husband has four wives and 17 children. Kodi and his wives were stating that they started doing the show with a wish to fight social prejudices and raise the awareness of the public about polygamous families.

www.polygamy.com/articles/7170056/polygamy-in-utah-usa

One thing that people find very appealing about this series is the fact that it is able to explore the complex problems that are coming up in a polygamy family in Utah and this means all the legal, moral and religious issues that might occur in a polygamy family are going to be presented.

www.sltrib.com/news/polygamy/2018/08/25/polygamous-sister...

This June 17, 2018, photo provided by Kali Poulsen shows a photo after the wedding of a daughter from the polygamous family from TV's "Sister Wives" at La Caille Restaurant in Sandy, Utah.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polygamy_in_North_America

Polygamy is the practice of having more than one spouse.Polygyny is the specific practice of one man taking more than one wife: it is a common marriage pattern in some parts of the world. In North America polygamy has not been a culturally normative or legally recognized institution since the continent's colonization by Europeans.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darger_family

The Darger family (Joe, Vicki, Valerie, and Alina Darger) is an independent fundamentalist Mormon polygamous family living in Utah. They went public after years of being secretive about their polygamous lifestyle to promote the decriminalization of polygamy in the United States as well as to help reshape the perception of polygamy following the prosecution of Warren Jeffs.

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4213990/Polygamous...

The family on the TV reality show 'Sister Wives' and several hundred other protesters in polygamous relationships and their supporters said Friday they won't stop fighting for the legal right to ...

listverse.com/.../10-polygamist-wives-who-escaped-unbelievable-abuse

Elissa was one of the 14 children born into a polygamous family in Salt Lake City, Utah. When she was 13, her mother was reassigned to marry another man, Fred Jessop, and join his wives in Hildale, Utah near Colorado City. The new family was so large that the children had to eat meals in shifts.

www.theguardian.com/society/2017/nov/17/fundamentalist...

With the outside world descending on fundamentalist Mormons in Utah and Arizona, families struggle for basic needs: ‘Everything just shut down’

www.mercurynews.com/2017/02/10/polygamous-families-protest...

A group of pro-polygamy protesters rally at the state Capitol Friday, Feb. 10, 2017, in Salt Lake City. Several hundred people in polygamist relationships say they want Utah lawmakers and law ...

www.lds.org/topics/plural-marriage-and-families-in-early...

In accordance with a revelation to Joseph Smith, the practice of plural marriage—the marriage of one man to two or more women—was instituted among members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the early 1840s. Thereafter, for more than half a century, plural marriage was practiced by some Latter-day Saints. Only the Church President held the keys authorizing the performance ...