posted on Apr, 29 2013 @ 08:28 PM
Yes, I'm absolutely positive it's natural for humans. I'm not a religious person either.
I was thinking about it recently. I call it the "Ghost Theory of Love." Now my theory not only explains why it's natural to be monogamous, but also
why so many people are NOT monogamous today.
First off, anyone saying it's not natural has simply been corrupted by our extremely corrupt society. It's the cool thing to say, but it's flat out
wrong. I'll get back to this later.
My theory rests on one assumption: we are genetically "programmed" to seek that perfect match. We are also programmed to seek mates until we find
that one. This drive is why our species has evolved to be so advanced. Because we don't rest until we find that one, who is evolutionally best for
Let's take a look at the current state of marriage. People talk about how the divorce rate is so high. But that's because people get married when
they shouldn't! Because we're programmed to keep looking until we find that one. We're especially programmed to not stay with someone who's not
right for us. This is NOT the same as being naturally polygamous. We all naturally want to be monogamous!
So why do people have sex with so many people? Well what happened 1000's of years ago? Does this theory mean that people didn't have sex often? Not
at all. But suppose a couple had a kid back then, and they realized things wouldn't work out. They'd just leave the kid somewhere and go their
The reason so many people are so promiscuous is because the urge to find the one, has been corrupted. People don't realize what the urge really is.
We don't want to bang many people, we just want to find the right one to bang.
I believe it's completely impossible for our species to have reached the point we have if polygamy was the natural way.
edit on 29-4-2013 by Ghost375 because: evolution