yes ,because it is a matter of freedom and it must be legalized
it must be legalized for only men
it must be legalized for both men and women
no ,it is a kind of perversion and it has nothing to do with freedom
it is just a marginality which may harm society
it was a tradition in many ancient cultures and defending it doesnt seem so liberalal
being against it is a bigotry and l defend polygamy as an enlightened person
it is better than monogamy
l dont care
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I have no moral issue with polygamy, but I have practical issues with it. Legalizing polygamy would require changing a lot of laws. Every law we have relating to marriage and divorce are based on two people. And every single one of them would have to be changed to include more than two. That's a lot of work, and a lot of money. I'm not convinced that there are enough people out there who would take advantage of polygamous marriages to make it worth the expense and effort that changing the laws would take.
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it is another issue
but can any person who has a little depression be killed because he is consent ?
l dont deny aynthing ,but you may deny the fact that there isnt any limitless freedom!!
l remember soma cannibal stories .their victims were voluntary to be eaten!!
please lets be honest............
Last edited by Medusa; 02-10-13 at 08:20 AM.
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