And? The only human societies throughout history that have had widespread polygamy (which was usually the men having harems, and women being stoned to death if anyone so much as accused them of infidelity) were ones where women had virtually no rights and were looked upon as mostly chattel. In other words, where no true love existed. Maybe in 100 years, everyone's psychology will change drastically enough to where successful, loving, open relationships will be relatively commonplace. Right now, from personal observation, most people's emotions and natural reactions aren't wired that way for someone they care about. I'd be interested to read what someone like scootah (who is an outlier in terms of mindset, definitely) or SavageHenry think about this from their own experiences.