Monogamy

At first, I thought divorce was our only option. 'Once a cheater, always a cheater' looped in my head, along with the imagined porno film of what my husband had done.
I've had lots of different kinds of relationships with lots of different people and all of those experiences taught me how to be the best mother I can be.
If you invest time and energy into marriage, you will have a sense of fulfilment undreamt of.
"I just naturally fall in love with more than one person at a time."
If we can admit that a connection with another partner might not irreparably harm our primary relationship, our relationships might be longer and better.
Were I to ask you whether or not you're cheating online as you sext, chat, flirt with a person who is not your partner, you'd probably say no.
Naturally non-monogamous people have struggled to stay faithful, despite good intentions. Cheating was always the solution...
We often hear natural male polygamy and female monogamy being referred to in the context of scientific fact. This myth, which has no biological foundation at all, was thought up by men back in the day of patriarchy and continues to be supported by men for obvious reasons.
What actually counts as cheating in the digital age could become highly subjective. We need to reconsider what it means to be monogamous in a world of VR porn and internet-controlled sex toys.
From hormone-driven first loves, to long-term partnered 20-somethings, to the newly wedded and those well-into matrimony; we've all witnessed at least one of the above cross that oh-so-fickle faithful line, leaving loyalty far behind.