Polygamy: Pros And Cons Of Divorce

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Libby Copeland (2012) said that polygamy is defined as marriage where there is more than one spouse at the same time. When a man is married to more than one wife at a time, the relationship is called polygyny. The polygamy is considered to be one of the most common forms of polygamy that can be finding in all region of the world such as China, Native America, Africa, Polynesia, India, and ancient Greece. For much time, there were a lot of cultures, societies, and civilizations around the world that accepted polygamy as a normal thing to do, and there absolutely no problem for a man to have more than one wife. Nowadays, world is developing, it is common for people to desire more than one husband or wife and it is difficult to commit to just one person; therefore the divorce rate is increasing in every day. Polygamy is when a person marries more than one, and applies to a man having multiple wives. In most cases of polygamy, it is the men who have multiple partner rather than women. This makes a lot of people wonder about what are its pros and cons of polygamy.
First, Polygamy gives freedom of choice, Elmer Fudd (2011) said that people have the right to choose who they form relationships with so we have the right to not have our family lives interfered, and we have a right to privacy. Although rights are certainly not absolute, the government must take extreme care when crossing these bounds. In this situation, governmental perpetration of these bounds are not warranted,

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