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when did casual sex stop becoming the norm? what pushed humans to monogamy?
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>>13755742
Incel Chuds known as Christians
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when people noticed when they did it the next morning their balls were itchy and their penis was leaking green ooze
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>>13755742
probably when we were monkeys
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>>13755786
Already before
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Casual sex was never a norm
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A little obscure fact called "sex causes babies"
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>>13755800
they arent monogomous
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>>13755742
Unironically the Romans. Jews had it right with polygamy for a very long time but Jesus had to take the bait and Paul certainly didn't help. Jesus took the side of the Romans against the Jewish establishment on polygamy. Most Jews outside Palestine and some in Palestine disagreed with polygamy. For example, the Qumran sect regarded polygamy as one of the three great sins of mainstream Judaism. They called these sins “the nets of the devil” by which the “smooth-speaking” Pharisees entrapped the people.
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Short-term monogamy is more or less natural, but the pair-bonding phase only lasts a reliably long enough time to get a woman pregnant. That’s why every relationship starts out magical and becomes a chore after two months.
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>>13755742
Casual sex has always been cringe. Harems on the other hand...
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>>13755786
>Chuds
Christianity started out in Israel, not Russia
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>casual sex

you mean rape
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>>13755829
>Casual sex has always been cringe
this, only virgins think its something to glorify.
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>>13755828
>That’s why every relationship starts out magical and becomes a chore after two months.

The older you get the more the entire thing is a chore from beginning to end.
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>>13755742
Humans stopped promiscuity only after they started living in agricultural settlements. Previously, they lived in small groups, hunting and gathering. When they happened to meet other groups, they would engage in promiscuity or raid and rape each other. Once they began to settle down, it became necessary to clarify kinship for the purpose of distributing crops and inheriting land. This led to marriages, and promiscuity became a taboo in order to prevent the dissipation of property.
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>>13755809
Hi IQ answer, really. If humans were monogomous ancient societies wouldn’t have felt the need to impose the fucking death penalty for adultery. You could get fucking killed for fooling around behind your spouse’s back and shitloads of people still did it. Every historical figure you admire had at least one sidepiece.
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>>13755856
Which basically just proves that if you're part of the ruling class laws don't apply to you.
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>>13755742
It was never the norm. The norm throughout history was arranged marriage around the age of 16 to one of your cousins, who would also be a virgin like you.
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>>13755870
lmao
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>>13755856
Monogamy is natural in the sense that it is a social arrangement that organically evolved in nigh every human society.
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>>13755870
>The norm throughout history was arranged marriage around the age of 16 to one of your cousins,
Not in Europe, despite all the memes it was heavily discouraged and even outright forbidden.
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>>13755786
Romans and Greeks were already monogamous before that, arguably it's why Christians switched to monogamy instead of polygamy like the Jews.
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>>13755809
many are. also we arent monkeys.
>>13755828
pairbonding is for life.
>>13755856
ancient societies imposed the death penalty because they saw it as theft and dishonor.
societies that were polygamous or sexually open had the same laws.
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>>13755856
So does that mean monogamy or polygamy is better for soicety? Should we just leave it up to the people or strive for one?
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>>13755742
The male wanting to know if he is the father and not be cucked into raising someone else's.
Also, monogamous couples had less to no issues with STDs.



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