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
No, you're just the one who is doing the lying.
I'm already gearing up for Finger Vote 2014.
Just for reference, means my post was a giant steaming pile of sarcasm.
other, of course....beats having to read all those confusing/conflicting/controlling options.....lol....
"Freedom is NOT and cannot be, 100%
The sensitivity of individuals and society must be considered.
In a perfect world - maybe....yes...legal polygamy....but this will always depend on society....their wants and needs....and this must be respected.
I am not clear on the question. "Legalized" as in "punishment abolished", or as in "accepted for government registry"?
As I understand, in Turkey polygamy is banned and carries a prison term. Polygamists are even prohibited from entering the country. Am I correct?
In the USA, there are laws against polygamy (treating it as a misdemeanor, not felony), but they are almost never enforced - unless something else is involved, like child abuse.
Now, if we are talking about punishment - yes, polygamy ought to be legalized - because how consenting adults arrange their relationships is none of the government's business.
As for multiple-member marriages being recognized and registered by the State, I have no problem with it in theory, but in practice it would be a can of worms - imagine the complexity of property and custody disputes in divorce proceedings, for example!
but especially in southern part ,many men are polygamic and they live together with more than 3 4 wifes illegally
"Sovereignty is not given, it is taken." ATATÜRK