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    Still Believe in Monogamy? The question that was chosen for 10 responses in this project is, “Why do or don’t you believe in being monogamous?” In my generation, it seems to be becoming increasingly popular to date multiple people at once and actively deciding not to be monogamous. This is done in a non-deceiving way and is found in the forms of open relationships, seriously dating multiple people at once, or casually dating multiple people at once with no real intention of being with just one person

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    Is Monogamy the Best Option?

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    Is monogamy really the best relationship dynamic for everyone? Are people being honest with themselves, their lovers, or even their spouses in regards to monogamy? Apparently they are not, due to the seemingly common occurrence of infidelity in society today. This is why I will explore alternative relationship dynamics, and the pros and cons of monogamy, polyamory and other non-monogamous lifestyles. The idea of non-monogamy seems to be on people’s minds, since it has been coming up in popular culture

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    Monogamy: Its essence and benefits “From this moment, I, take you, as my best friend for life. I pledge to honor, encourage, and support you through our walk together. I promise to provide for your needs and always make you a priority in my life. With every beat of my heart, I will love you. This is my solemn vow” (Daversa). This vow is an example of words expressed between a man and woman on their wedding day as they face one another and declare their love in front of family and friends. However

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    ideology of monogamy in America? What has happen to the system of having only one partner at any specific time? Is monogamy really dying, or is it already six feet under in today’s society? Some may argue that America was never truly a monogamous society and thus monogamy isn’t dying but merely less represented. On the other hand, people argue that one can do as they please and if being in a non-monogamous relationship makes them happy, to each their own. My own view is that monogamy is facing a

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    one person at a time. Additionally, there have been many articles written about polyamory, the practice of having more than one intimate relationship at one time with the knowledge and consent of everyone involved, and non-monogamy recently. One such article is “Beyond Monogamy and Polyamory,” written by Jorge Ferrer, Ph.D., who is the Chair of the Dept. of East-West Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies, and was published in ReVision Journal. Ferrer’s goal in writing this article

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    Monogamy The debate for monogamy is supported by human morals, Sociological influences, and religious text written thousands of years ago. Our morals consist of emotional responses throughout one's life, sociology both accepts and forbids divorce, and everyone, in actuality, are atheist; you may believe in one god but refute another. It can be concluded that monogamy doesn’t work by the use of statistics, factual evidence, and personal experience. Did you know that homosapiens are within but a

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    tactic to ensure survival? That’s where monogamy really come into play. There are two types of monogamy we talked about: social and sexual. Social referring to a partnership, while sexual refers to sex partner. The notion of social partnerships being monogamist has been reinforced for multiple generations and with help from social analytics, is feasibly plausible. Research has backed this phenomenon, but sexual monogamy is a different story. Sexual monogamy, or having one sex partner, is an act that

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    Monogamy Essay

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    Monogamy is unnatural and people who aren’t monogamous are being labeled as an outcast in society. Monogamy is not a biologically appropriate sexual system for humans. As a result, this central principle of monogamy has led to the alarmingly high divorce rates and cases of adultery. To emphasize this further, people shouldn’t think of polygamy as taboo in society. Polygamy should be legalized because it is natural and would allow for individual rights and freedoms. Even people who are serial monogamous

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    A Defense of Polyamory

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    over half a million openly polyamorous families in the United States alone. Despite these notable numbers, polyamory remains misunderstood and much maligned. Largely due to our unwarranted and yet seemingly unwavering faith in the sanctity of monogamy, polygamists often feel tremendous pressure to hide their private lives, for fear of losing the respect of friends and family. By creating a stigma around having multiple partners, we as a society are committing nothing less than discrimination.

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    When I was a child growing up, my biological father taught me a lesson I will never forget. He had a lovely girlfriend. Let’s call her Olive. Olive and my father were together for years, living happily and enjoying each other’s company. However, once I become older I was introduced to my father’s second girlfriend, let’s call her Jenny. Jenny, Olive and my father lived to together in the same house, just the three of them. Subsequently, the relationship did not last. I did not discover the truth

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