The Russell-Shaw Society
Leaders in the Effort to Support and Preserve Freedom in Relationship Choice
"[C]onventional morals…assume, in monogamous countries, that
attraction to one person cannot coexist with a serious affection for
another. Everybody knows that this is
"Reasonable people adapt themselves to the world. Unreasonable people attempt to adapt the world to themselves. All progress, therefore, depends on unreasonable people."
-George Bernard Shaw
"The fact that an opinion has been widely held is no evidence that it is not utterly absurd; indeed, in view of the silliness of the majority of mankind, a widespread belief is more often likely to be foolish than sensible."
"Confusing monogamy with morality has done more to destroy the conscience of the human race than any other error."
-George Bernard Shaw
Society members receive special recognition in every issue of Relating, on the ITCR web site, and at all Institute programs and events. Through the convenience of Paypal, you can charge your monthly contributions to your credit card, or have them deducted from a bank account.
This convenient method of supporting the Institute's work helps minimize the cost of raising funds, reduces administrative costs and effort, makes budgeting easier for you and for us, and gives everyone who supports the right of relationship choice an easy way to become a significant donor in an affordable manner.
There are four levels of participation – Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum – for monthly gifts of $10, $15, $25 and $50, respectively. Your monthly gift is automatically charged to your credit card through the safe, secure Paypal system. This is the most cost-effective way for a small nonprofit like ITCR to handle credit card payments.
To join the Russell-Shaw Society, just CLICK HERE. Once you've completed and sent your signup form, go to our payment page, and scroll down to the Russell-Shaw Society medallions. Just click on your choice of level and follow the on-screen directions.
Members of the Russell-Shaw Society
(As of February 25, 2009)