well no not necessarily it's just that most of the time marital issues or constraints arise in religion I feel like the best way to understand this is to read the poison would Bible by Barbara Kingsolver.it's a very good book with many many stories within them in lessons and it does touch on the difference between Western marital preferences and the Congo lease villager culture and honestly when it comes to this marriage stuff it's based on how you're brought up not necessarily religion and you don't really need religion to define a bond between a male and a female its just currently a common practice today the cut it simple and short because the Poisonwood Bible is very long in it it depicts a culture shock for a family that has been send over to the Congo during a very turbulent political time and it does have parts of it that touch on the cultural differences in marriage or male and female romantic bonds
If they're happy and in love, I have no problem with it, and neither should anyone else. The only problem that might come up with polygamy is with legal situations. Other than that really, there isn't anything wrong with it.
isn't that called swinging in modern language ? It's as recognized as straight gay and all the others out there... i think.... right ? I mean it's not that taboo or forbidden here in North America at least.