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    Monogamy And Polygamy

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    Monogamy and polygamy in marriages is a very sensitive, and judgemental subject in the modern day but one can argue that in the Roman world, both monogamy and polygamy was no dishonor. Women were “fit” to play the monogamous role, and men to play the polygamous role due to society 's outlook. .The binding upon a man and women in the Roman era was based on their marriage in which did not have to be permanent nor was based on true emotions. The marriage consistently occurred with unfaithfulness from a man to his wife. It is very well believed that monogamy came from Christianity, but the Romans began practicing it prior to them although religions did contribute to expanding the practice. Today, monogamy is primarily done in thoughts of a religion,…

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    Non Monogamy Relationship

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    culture and media, monogamy is overrun by a number of contradictions. Western cultures typically view monogamy as natural and consistent (Conley, Ziegler, Moors, Matsick, & Valentine, 2012). However, when examining the history of monogamy, it is clear that it is a relatively recent social construct. When examining cultures from around the world, monogamy is not as pervasive as we tend to think (Ryan & Jetha, 2010). The Bible is often said to be in support of monogamy, and deviance from this is…

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    Polyandry Research Paper

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    state.(Dalrymple). On the other hand polyandry is the practice of a women taking multiple husbands (Conger).There are no reported cases in the United States, there are places around the world were polyandry is common. In this paper I will critique three article related to Polyandry. First is a website article called, Where in the world are polyandrists (women marrying multiple husbands)? by Cristen Conger. Second is a magazine article called, The sense of the father: Evolutionary biology by…

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    The Benefits Of Polygamy

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    difficult when his eyes are on multiple women. Because of monogamy, men and women in a relationship are ensured that both partners are equal due to their dependence on only each other (Allen). Monogamy keeps the affection between the two spouses and them two alone in a faithful marriage. Polygyny is emotionally draining and abusive to the wife when they all have to share the same husband. Lastly, the children that are the products of the polygamous marriages are mentally and emotionally…

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    to self-questioning and exploration. Therefore, the leader should always strive for members sharing the experiences they have had or are having with the group. The self-exploration delves deeper than just sharing the experiences members have had as the member begin to evaluate themselves. These two techniques combine to allow members to embrace their freedom, identify choices, and accept responsibility for the choices they make. Finally, the leader will attempt to normalize CNM for group…

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    Sexual Identity Reflection

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    Recently, I had a polyamorous female partner. My partner was not open about her sexuality, at first. When she expressed her sexual identity with me, I was not accepting of her identity. I had a difficult time with the idea that my partner is openly sexual. After reflecting on polyamory, I realized that my sexual identity and expression is better defined by polyamory than monogamy. While I was filling the intake, I was able to explore better my sexual and relationship history to better understand…

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    Duty: a moral or legal obligation; a responsibility. Between marriage, the duties of the husband and wife can sometimes differ apart from the different parties in the marriage. However, in many marriage relationships, there is one party who steps up and takes control and commands the duties of the wife and the husband. While many people believe that marital relationships are expressed and based around love and mutual respect, Shakespeare argues in his play The Taming of the Shrew that these…

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    Marriage And Divorce

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    Marriage and Divorce The article, “The State of Our Union” by: David Popenoe and Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, discusses marriages and marital relationships in the United States. Rutgers University utilizes yearly data on marriages and divorces. This information and statistics show both increases and decreases in marriages among men and women of different races and ages throughout the decades until the new millennium. “The State of Our Union”, shows us that most people plan on getting married in…

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    In today's general public, separation is more the standard than any time in recent memory. Forty percent of all relational unions end in separation. Separation characterized by Webster is the activity or an occurrence of lawfully dissolving a marriage [1]. Separation itself is both a reason and an impact. A causes' percentage of separation incorporate the absence of cash, sexual rashness and the simplicity of getting a separation. These are probably the most widely recognized reasons for…

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    Monogamy In America

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    shortcomings of the most common marriage form, monogamy, compared to those special ones. Finally, I will extend the topic the family and talk about the similar situation as for marriage. In Kung San society, marriage is quite different from United States. Arranged marriage typically happens in this foraging society. The groom and bride are arranged by the bride’s father, when the bride is about 8 to 10 years…

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