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Promiscuity is like never reading past the first page. Monogamy is like reading the same book over and over.
I was always anti-marriage. I didn't understand monogamy. I couldn't figure out how that could last. And then I met Bryn and I started to understand the beauty of constancy and history and change and going on the roller coaster with someone - of having a partner in life.
Bigamy is having one wife too many. Monogamy is the same.
Infidelity is a deal breaker for me. I've broken up with people over it. You can't do monogamy 90 percent of the time.
Hard work is damn near as overrated as monogamy.
I often think that woman is more free in Islam than in Christianity. Woman is more protected by Islam than by the faith which preaches monogamy. In AI Quran the law about woman is juster and more liberal.
I often think that woman is more free in Islam than in Christianity. Woman is more protected by Islam than by the faith which preaches monogamy.
I can't fly a flag for monogamy or whatever the opposite is; it depends on the person and on the situation.
I have a lot of skepticism about marriage and monogamy.
I think serial monogamy says it all.
We just can't shake monogamy. It definitely demands a kind of rigor and discipline and selflessness. But it's also fun.
Straight couples don't have to be monogamous to be married or married to be monogamous. Monogamy no more defines marriage than the presence of children does. Monogamy isn't compulsory and its absence doesn't invalidate a marriage.
Marriage requires a special talent, like acting. Monogamy requires genius.
Monogamy is a possibility - and a necessity. Kids have got to have something they can rely on. You have got to have something you rely on.
I believe in monogamy if that's what a couple decides upon together, but it all depends on the personal history and culture of the two involved.
K. D. Lang
I think monogamy is a little unnatural, if I'm totally honest. You change. Things alter. It's the exception rather than the rule and I think it's exceptional to cope with it and manage it. It's hard work.
You have to check out 'March of the Penguins'. Penguins are the really ideal example of monogamy.
Monogamy is like a 40-watt bulb. It works, but it's not enough.
John Patrick Shanley
I think if you're in a committed relationship, unless you have some sort of an understanding, monogamy is something that should exist.
I think that monogamy is artificial. I do not think it's something that comes naturally to us.
I think biologically we are attracted to more than one person, but given society and our needs, monogamy works better.
Monogamy is a tricky thing. I don't think it's for everyone, but I've chosen that life, and there's no question in my relationship.
My music touches on things I am concerned with in my own life - the idea of a woman's role in society, sexuality, desire, monogamy, fantasy and glamour. That's what keeps me alive, and if I couldn't keep creating that, I'd fall into a bit of heap.
I would like to think that monogamy works: that once you make that vow, that decision in your life to stay committed, you actually get to keep that promise; you get to keep that commitment. I think that once you start to lose that, once you start to wonder, even emotionally - especially emotionally - your relationship is bound to get lost.
It is not monogamy when there is one legal wife, and mistresses out of sight.
John F. Kennedy
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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