Polygyny refers to the marriage of a man with several women.
This is generally how society orders itself when either chads get power like in Arabic countries, or when femoids are sexually liberated. Polygyny on a societal wide scale with a population of male incels is also known as 'rotating polyandry'. Chads are polygamous. Foids are naturally drawn to a small % of men and are not sexually generous.
Historical evidence[edit | edit source]
Humans are a moderately polygynous species. In the Ethnographic Atlas, of 1,231 societies noted, 588 had frequent polygyny, 453 had occasional polygyny, and only 186 were fully monogamous. Even fewer, just 4 were polyandrous. Hence, 84.6% of societies were at least mildly polygynous. In traditional societies, men's reproductive variances are approximately 2–4 times those of women. Also the highest lifetime reproductive success is over 1000, whereas the female maximum is 69, which implies greater sexual inequality for men. In average forager societies, 21% of married women are married polygynously. Women may have reproduced twice as often as men throughout history as a result. Women prefer partnered men over single men which may be related to women's preference for high status, but may also be an adaption of women living in harmes.
Growing acceptance of polygamy[edit | edit source]
According to a 2017 survey by Gallup, the acceptance of polygamy is on the rise with now 17% of U.S. American's being accepting of it. There is also evidence of increased sexual inequality as summarized in the hypergamy article and the Scientific Blackpill.
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