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Should Humans be Monogamous?
Humans should not be monogamous.
You don't have to be monogamous. It's your choice. To force others to lean to your way of thinking is just as bad as forcing those same people to be monogamous.
Sexual attraction to multiple partners is biological. Changing the norms could lead to an evolution in the basic idea of bonding.
rate of divorce
proves statistically that humans can't handle marital commitment.
For many people, instinctive sexual urges towards other people don't go away after marriage; as such, this may be a sign that monogamy is counter-intuitive for humans.
Humans are animals. Animals in the wild don't have only one partner.
Normalizing monogamous heterosexual marriage is important for stable and healthy cultures.
The idea of marriage comes from God, therefore it's part of his plan for humans to be monogamous.
Loyalty and commitment are important to growth as a human. The ultimate proof of those things is in our marriage to another human.
Multiple partners increases the risk of STDs, which is, obviously, bad for our health. One partner ensures safety from disease.
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