Secondly, claiming monogamy is not natural or has to be taught by religion is libtard bonkerness of the highest order. You hit peak tard. Congrats on your accomplishment.
claiming monogamy is not natural or has to be taught by religion is libtard bonkerness of the highest order.
I love this idea you have that, whenever science, or academia, or news, or encyclopaedias, or schools, or universities, or psychologists disagree with you, you can just call them "libs" and then ignore everything they say. It's very amusing because it's so completely insane!!
Monogamy Is Not "Natural" For Human Beings
80% of early human societies were polygamous
It's amazing watching these hypocrite Liberal Democrats once more speaking on matters of morality.
These are the same amoral hypocrites who constantly told everyone how preaching about moral values was a bad thing.
Now that Trump is elected, they all of a sudden have become the moral thought police.
These hypocrites can have sex with 60 women, but if it can hurt Trump, they bring up his past promiscuity.
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