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Many humans (male and female) struggle to maintain this committment, which makes me think its a societal boundary, not instinctual.
Blueeyedboy70i Blueeyedboy70i 41-45, M 14 Answers Jan 12 in Dating & Relationships

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No...it's origins are religious...

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I agree

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Look around you and just ask yourself if we're just biological?! We have... a brain. So, we also have choices, known the repercussions of being unfaithful or being monogamous. Some are better at relationships than others, some had good teachers, others not. But when I see instincts being cited it annoys. Instincts are often used to justify poor behavior

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Exactly. We have choices because we have a brain, but our bodies are designed for other intents. ***** is designed to fight ***** from other males to compete for the egg. We make millions of *****, an indication of competition. I am not saying we don't have choice. I am not trying to justify cheating, I am trying to understand why perfectly happy couples cheat.

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Your view is called reductionist, and it's incorrect. It ignores the effects of culture and the social. The body is a tool, and the brain dominates, not instincts.

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I suppose in a developed society that would be true. But in a society where basic survival exists, doesn't instinct take over?

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I can't think of anyway that doesn't have some form of social organization and where instincts dominate

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girl, you naively infer that being with more than one person brings repercussions, much less that being with another person is 'unfaithful'.

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Mrgettingbetter, Are you blind or just not very bright? Read the argument and see who is naive.

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I don't think there's anything biological that should make us monogamous.

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I think humans are designed to f- everything up regardless of what they were designed to do originally lol

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This one is.

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Yes without question!!!

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Most definitely NOT!!!

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I think human beings are still trying to come to grips with monogamy. The chimpanzee sleeps with multiple partners and that is our closest living relative with over 95% of the DNA the same.

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I dont think so. Not in me to be that way.

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