Are Men Meant To Be Monogamous?

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Are Men Meant To Be Monogamous?

minstrel69 minstrel69
Just wondering how everyone feels about men and monogamy. My personal view is that most men, including myself, just aren't made to be monogamous. That isn't to say that they can't be. I have never cheated, but the only reason I don't is because I love my wife and don't want to do anything to hurt her. I still want other women.

I also wonder how many women feel the same. I have a female friend that I talk to a lot who says she feels the same for herself and men in general. Just curious what others have to say on the matter.
11/11/2012
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Mwar Mwar
Humans in general are not biologically designed to be permanently monogamous. We are a naturally polyamorous species. Men are biologically driven to be less monogamous because they have the evolutionary drive to spread their seed. Women's eggs are more costly and valuable, and once a woman is pregnant, she cannot concieve for a period of time afterwards.
11/11/2012
gsfanatic gsfanatic
It depends. Based on a more primal state no, since it increases the risks for children if there is only one male or female caretaker. However, as society has increased the odds of parents surviving through their offspring's childhood, monogamy has proven more advantageous.
11/11/2012
Gallowraven Gallowraven
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Originally posted by Mwar
Humans in general are not biologically designed to be permanently monogamous. We are a naturally polyamorous species. Men are biologically driven to be less monogamous because they have the evolutionary drive to spread their seed. Women's eggs ...
to add to that, in the past, when we had to hunt for food, and rub sticks together for fire, the woman needed the man to do the providing, and protecting of her so that she could rear her young. it takes approximately 5 years for a baby to grow into a child that can learn survival skills. compared to a lot of the animal kingdom a human baby is pretty darn helpless for a very long time after birth. dogs and cats for example, are no longer feeding on breast milk after 8 weeks. a human baby can't eat solids for nearly a year. looking at it scientifically, we are designed to be monogamous for while, but we choose to be or not to be, monogamous for life.
11/12/2012
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