Question: Is it good to date people who are polygamous?

Are polygamous relationships better?

Greater companionship, higher income, and ongoing sexual variety are often cited as advantages of polygamous relationships. Individuals who favor monogamy also tend to cite bonding, emotional intimacy, decreased worries of STDs, and other cases as reasons to opt for monogamy.

Does polygamy cause healthy relationships?

RESULTS: Findings revealed that women in polygamous marriages experienced lower SE, less life satisfaction, less marital satisfaction and more mental health symptomatology than women in monogamous marriages.

What is so bad about polygamy?

According to the information I have helped to collect in the Womanstats database, women in polygynous communities get married younger, have more children, have higher rates of HIV infection than men, sustain more domestic violence, succumb to more female genital mutilation and sex trafficking, and are more likely to

What is the advantage of polygamy?

Polygyny has several economic, social, and health advantages over monogamy. In most cultures, women contribute significantly to the wealth of the household and can thus materially benefit from the labour of an additional spouse.

How realistic is monogamy?

If we mean realistic for the species of humans, then the answer clearly is yes. In various cultures around the world people are able to engage in lifelong monogamous relationships. Frequently those relationships are termed polyamorous, which means concurrent emotional relationships with more than one other person.

Is it good to have 2 wives?

The key to a long life could be as simple as getting a second wife. Research suggests that men from polygamist cultures live 12 per cent longer than those who limit their affections to one woman at a time. They may also benefit from the care and attention of several wives.

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