As for children, one would simply need a hierarchy of criteria. Given the premium put on college for having a good future, human capital would have to be the first criteria. Though we would want to consider the preference of the child, depending upon maturity, and biological ties.
I also don't really think the courts would be clogged because few people would choose to be polygamous. Our culture enshrines the "two become one" sort of idea. Good luck finding a lot of women interested in multiple-person marriages. I have known a person in exactly one successful 3-person relationship, so it can be done.
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You haven't proven it's a choice. But if we suppose it is, then I suppose one could say the same thing about somebody becoming a Christian. Now, if they lived in some Muslim countries, they would be punished for this. But I guess they made the wrong choice huh? I guess laws that treat Christians differently because they chose the wrong religion are totally just, by your logic?This is the life they choose. If I choose this life then I will have this separate rules. Homosexual and Hetrosexual are different. Yes we are all people but we have different religion, different education, different sex, different choose of life. Then we have different rules for this.
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