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pol·y·an·dry (p l - n dr ). n. 1.

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A Tale of Two Marriage Systems
defined as being involved in a polyandrous relationship, or practicing polyandry.
Polyandry and population growth in a historical Tibetan society
The evolution of polyandry I: intragenomic conflict
understanding of polyandry may be gained by considering the implications of intragenomic 1712 A. Zeh and D. W.
ROTATING POLYANDRY—AND ITS ENFORCERS. Women's Infidelity. Living in Limbo.
Evolution of Polyandry in Birds Department of Zoology, University of

Suggested News Resources

Sperm of the moment research receives top prize
Dr Firman says female mice benefitted from multiple mating (polyandry) by producing sons with increased reproductive success in a competitive environment. "Males from the polygamous lines sired more offspring.
Rose McGowan Reveals Her Life in Polygamous Free Sex Cult
But females were not permitted to practice polyandry. McGowan says she always knew she didn't fit in--physically or in any other way. She didn't like "the hippie lifestyle," and she disagreed with the sect's insistence on the subservience of women.
Zoologger: The monkey that really gets brotherly love
This mating system, called polyandry, occurs in less than 1 per cent of bird species, and is even rarer in mammals.
Marriage: A work in progress
long history of polyandry and same-sex unions around the world, it is obvious that far from being the God-given, Heaven-bestowed practice on which civilisations are predicated, it is in fact a pretty fragile construct — a work in progress almost.
Will polygamy return for LDS here and hereafter?
Hudson sees an urgency in confronting these notions because she predicts the United States will, within a decade, allow same-sex marriage, polygamy, polyandry and all kinds of relationships among consenting adults.

Suggested Web Resources

Polyandry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Polyandry (Greek: poly- many, andras- man) refers to a form of marriage in which a woman has two or more husbands at the same time.
Brothers share one wife - Fraternal Polyandry - YouTube
Oct 24, 2008 Brothers share wife to secure family land HIMACHAL PRADESH, India (CNN) -- Amar and Kundan Singh Pundir are brothers.
Why are there virtually no polyandrous societies? | Psychology Today
Jun 5, 2008 What, evolutionarily, is wrong with polyandry? By Satoshi Kanazawa...
Polyandry, by Kaimi - Feminist Mormon Housewives
Polyandry - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
the state or practice of having more than one husband or male mate at one time — compare polygamy, polygyny.

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