I'm just wondering how a mainstream modern woman, for instance a reader of Marie Claire, responds to the idea of plural marriage. When I was in college so many of my female friends struggled to find a committed partner with whom they could begin a family. But few committed male candidates for marriage presented themselves. I often felt guilty for being unwilling to share my husband with them. In the years since, I notice that this issue persists: more women seem ready for a truly committed marriage than men, and I've wondered if plural marriage offers some sort of a solution. How do you all feel about polygamy--for yourselves--anyway?
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