My first post on this subject, “The biological case for Polygyny and marriage of young women” sparked a lot of interest, and most of it was negative as I would expect. Most people have a hard time stepping outside their cultural norms and value systems and looking at things from a wider historical perspective – so the negative responses I received did not offend me or shock me.
What I wanted to do here is answer some of the objections and questions that people raised, as well as clarify some things I was trying to communicate in the first post.
If you read the first post, you would see that I never once advocated for men in America to go out looking for 12 and 13 year old women to marry. What I was trying to communicate was that men marrying younger women, and even multiple younger women (polygyny) in…
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