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  1. I don't believe we can say all men are not monogamous by nature. There is definitely benefit to polygamy both for males and females. Some men are more aware of the fact that they are made to practice a polygamous life and if they communicate that with their wife then on their happy way. I personally think we need to help the men who want to be polygamous more so that there isn't issues when it happens.
  2. Considering that polygamy is the right of the man (who fufills the conditions) the wives are in a simplified manner supposed to accept it. If they don't want to then that's also there choice but if the man wants one and he's going ahead, there isn't anything she can do to stop him in a technical sense. Its natural for a man to love one wife more than the other but should he go announcing this or making it obvious by not giving the other her proper rights? Of course not, why? Because this will lead to friction and tension in the home. Just because he loves one more than the other a
  3. Women who agree to be a 2nd, 3rd or 4th wife do so for a varying amount of reasons. Some choose to completely be desensitised to the first wife so that it doesn't bother them as much and that is how they cope. Others just get on with it. If you are in anyway desiring a second wife before or after marriage you should communicate this ASAP to the first wife, the more of a surprise it is the more shocked she will be. Its a test for everyone involved in the marriage, I would find out if the first wife wants to know the second one or not and go from there. Just don't string the sec
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