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    The Benefits Of Polygamy

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    the name of marriage. The passing of the law for same-sex marriage legalization could create the push for greater fairness in relationships, including polygamy. However, polygamy is still a touchy subject with its more recent and more radical history. It is essential for polygamy to be kept from any future marriage equality changes in American because polygyny causes emotional, and sometimes physical, damage to the wives, creates gender inequalities toward women, and would also create a generation of children that do not have proper social fulfillment. Although polygamy falls under a religious right and the law should…

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    Polygamy Is Bad

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    Why is polygamy considered bad? Is it because people view polygamy as one man having their own personal harem that acts like nothing more than slaves for that man's pleasure? But is that true? To quote Elbert Hubbard “Polygamy: An endeavor to get more out of life than there is in it.” So is polygamy evil as we believe? I believe that though the government has passed many laws that are against polygamy. I believe that it should be legalized. What is polygamy, polygamy is the practice of a man…

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    Essay On Polygamy

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    Introduction Polygamy is the act of having more than one spouse. Deviance is any behavior, belief or condition that violates significant social norms in the society or group in which it occurs (Kendall). It is most commonly practiced amongst Mormons in Utah, although it can happen elsewhere. There are different variations of the kinds of polygamist in America such as a family that does not conceal their status as a polygamist, compared to more secretive families who prefer more privacy.…

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    Polygamy Case

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    had kids as it also states in the bible. She also had gotten a second opinion from the Slate columnist William Saletan he had argued that the key number is not ,two but one: “You commits to one person, and that person commits only to you”... The word “monogamy is derived from one not two”. I completely agree with what Saletan is saying no man should have or need 100 wives nor having sex with underage girls and arranging marriages to strange me that the girls clear dont want to be in.…

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    Polygamy Essay

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    perspective, the practice of polygamy is worse than committing adultery. In adultery, the relationship was kept as a secret. Sometimes not knowing too much can be the key to relaxation. Woman may appear generous of sharing her husband if another woman, but the sense of jealousy can appeared beneath…

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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…

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    Mormonism And Polygamy

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    One of the topics that was discussed in the chapter of Mormonism was polygamy. The founder of the Latter-day Saints is Joseph Smith, who was a polygamist himself. As a result, this influenced Mormons to become polygamist themselves because their founder was one as well. However, only men could take multiple wives whereas women could only have one husband. When the United States government threatened to take away the assets from Mormon churches the Latter-day Saints agreed to compromise with…

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    Pros And Cons Of Polygamy

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    Polygamy is one of the most thought about and controversial issues in this day in age. It’s specifically controversial in religions that do not practice polygamy, but still notorious in religious where it once was practiced like in Islam and Mormon societies. These two religious groups are very controversial due to their history and societies acceptance of them. Mormons and Islamic people are subjected to a lot of criticism in today’s society. In order to fully understand their arguments, you…

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    Polygamy In America

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    other religions test this norm that society has created through practices such as polygamy. Numerous judges, critics and politicians have concluded that polygamy is bad for women, but they never address why women continue to practice it. As research develops, society…

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    Transoxiana, whom he can beat as a warning to the others” (Mirza Aziz Koka). Polygamy was practiced in the ancient world and is still a custom today among certain groups in Africa, Asia, India, and the Middle East depending on the law, culture, and religion. The term “Polygamy” is used to describe the general practice of multiple marriages. It is often used to describe marriage between one man and many women. This type of polygamy is “polygyny.” The other rare form of polygamy is polyandry,…

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