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God is not an author of confusion

In the enviroment where i come from, the polygamists believe that they went into polygamy because they are helping some women to get married. This is because women are much more in number than men and that if not for them many women would not have men to marry them.The truth actually is that they want women to be grateful to them even after exploiting them to fulfil their own lust.This polygamists have forgotten that God who created them man and woman in the beginning knew what He was doing and the position of a woman in the life of a man.There is no way a man could please more than a woman, only one rib is missing in him which should be filled by a woman.The ploygamists have thrown confusion into our world instead of helping it because by taking more than one wife,you have taken another man's rib and have deprived a woman of the right place where she should be and be happy.Therefore, women and girls should know that by marrying a married man, they are putting themselves in a wrong place and perpectual bondage of unhappiness. Women are unique and there is a man prepared for every woman by God.


jadefrank's picture

Welcome To PulseWire!

Hello Obisakin,

Your thoughts on polygamy are so interesting. Coming from a society that does not have a history in this practice, it is so valuable to hear your voice on this issue. Thank you for sharing. And I agree, one man cannot possibly fill the needs of more than one woman. A woman should not have to share herself and her partner with others.

Your voice is strong!

Warm regards,

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