Can you relate to or are you involved in any of the following below? If you're a conventional family, in an open relationship, open marriage, single, a couple, a group, polyamorous, into polyfidelity or anything else, you can find your perfect match for family outings, traditional dating, polyamory dating and more.Poly relationships * Polyamorous dating * Non-Monogamy * Swinger * Polyamorist * think that monogamy is too difficult * Loving more than one person at a time * Are you a believer in or do you agree with these types of relationships? Sign up FREE today and make a great connection on beyondtwo.com!More recent studies have found more than 50 other societies practicing polyandry.Fraternal polyandry was traditionally practiced among Tibetans in Nepal, parts of China and part of northern India, in which two or more brothers are married to the same wife, with the wife having equal "sexual access" to them.
As a result, selection has not only favored a male tendency to accumulate as many females as possible (polygyny), but also an especially high level of sexual jealousy on the part of males generally and of men in particular.For example, polyandry in the Himalayan mountains is related to the scarcity of land.The marriage of all brothers in a family to the same wife allows family land to remain intact and undivided.If every brother married separately and had children, family land would be split into unsustainable small plots.
Part of human nature inclines us to male-oriented harems, but also – albeit more subtly – to their female-oriented equivalent.
Polyandry is contrasted with polygyny, involving one male and two or more females.