Monogamy vs. Polygamy: Science v. Art

By: Laabiah Wasim & Sharine Taylor | Published: February 9 2016 | SCIENCE & HEALTH & ARTS

While some think that we are meant to have little restrictions in the realm of our affections, others may think that a little structure and clarity can’t be wrong. Perhaps it wouldn’t do us any harm to think about what we know about the two ideas and explore whether there is a social or biological basis for monogamy and polyamory.

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