The debate "Humans are not ment to be monogamous." was started by
August 5, 2015, 11:42 pm.
15 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 17 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
nicalow posted 2 arguments, historybuff posted 1 argument, sloanstar1000 posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
nicalow, historybuff, wayneSPEC, sloanstar1000, Tristanzee, Rokai and 9 visitors agree.
aceofhearts, bamasam777, Benjamin, Zinluu, AngryBlogger and 12 visitors disagree.
well we're not "meant" to be anything, evolution doesn't have intent. The fact that in just about every culture in the world there is some sort of marriage, usually monogamous, says that we actually are mostly monogamous.
Some humans are some aren't.
I can agree with that. Regardless of our primal urges we are given a sense of right and wrong, but that is also a matter of debate.
Truth is that polyamoras lifestyles are becoming more popular. Very few animals are monogamous. Humans may have the ability to decide. But most find themselves falling in love with more than one person.
That argument could be made. But we are also programmed to kill each other for dominance. I'd like to think that following all our baser urges is not something we should encourage.
Some humans can be monogamous, but are not programed to be that way.