Here’s an interesting idea, how many people would be in some form of polyamorous relationship if polyamory was 100% accepted by normal society?
I suspect that the number would higher than you’d expect if the truth be known.
If you actually considering how many people are currently involed in what can only be described as unethically nonmonogamous you would probably get some idea.
I’m inclined to believe that it is likely to be at least a third to half of the population.
I’m not suggesting in anyway that polyamory will “solve” all of the cheating that goes on, or that it’s not possible for polyamorous people to cheat.
But i think you’ll agree that there are a lot of so-called “monogamous” people who are actually terrible at being monogamy.
I’d be likely to bet good money that if there was an ethical way to behave and it was widely accepted as an alternative to monogamy that most would go with it as an opinion and most likely do much better for the most part with it as a relationship opinion.