Love is a beautiful thing. Why can't we love a lot of people at the same time? Why do we need to be selfish and only can love one person?
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Become a Mormon. Enter into a polygamous marriage. In the way that you mean, a counterpart of oneself to mate with and support, it's impossible for someone to love multiple people equally. In monogamy, people are not supposed to be left out. It's a challenge for some individuals to develop honesty, axioms, compromise. If they can't be faithful to one person and take care of the offspring, they fail at reliably propagating their own species.
Intimate relationships with two healthy, mentally competent people comes with rewards like attentive rapport, strengthening of the immune system. Kissing wards off viruses and sexual reproduction is superior to asexual across the same species because of proven protection against diseases and in terms of offspring, there will be more variant adaptation with the way mates are sought out, different genes are combined. But with multiple partners, especially liberal individuals, homosexuals, there's something called STDs, the spread of disease. Moderation across the board should be strived for. Like it or not, our species is meant for pair bonding.
Personally, I'm wired for one woman. I've found her, an amazon. Many girls are hardly images of fertility. Some come across as petulant, frigid dames, especially when they just want to selfishly use their male counterparts as expendable tools to the woman's spiteful ego.0