Monogamy is unnatural

I have found a woman who will be with me until I die, even while my hair falls out and my skin shrivels and wrinkles, even when I stumble, even when I fail, even through the doldrums of daily existence, through bills and dirty diapers, through all things — joyous or miserable, pleasing or painful — through every day until death comes. Why should it be hard for me to simply refrain from tossing such a gift into the garbage? – Matt Walsh

The Matt Walsh Blog

Monogamous marriages are unnatural. On this, I agree with the emailer below.

Now, behold these enlightening thoughts that I found in my inbox this morning:

Greetings Mr. Walsh,

I am a college professor, author, and researcher. It was obvious to me before you ever stated it that you are a man of little education and limited intelligence. Still, I commend your newfound fame and congratulate you on the enormous amounts of money you must be making.

[Five more sentences of insults and pretentious self-aggrandizement]

…You have become a hot topic in some of my classes and this very much worries me. It wasn’t until your name came up for a fifth time that I decided to investigate you. Your prose are rife with fallacies and Neanderthalic musings, so I could easily disembowel and discredit any part of it. But I’d like to concentrate on what seems to be your most common themes:…

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2 Responses to Monogamy is unnatural

  1. Thomas Smith says:

    With all today’s hype concerning marriage, it is a wonder anybody even attempts it. I married my wife over fifty years ago. On the alter, I promised “til death do us part”. And, unlike today’s “jump in & jump out” relationships, I meant exactly that. She died earlier this year, with me still by her bedside, and proud to be there.
    Dr. Phil McGraw said it on TV. People today get married for the wrong reasons. Boy, he said a mouthful.


    • rightbill says:

      Dear Mr. Smith,

      First, my sincere condolences on the passing of your wife. God rest her soul. Second, thank you for your commitment to your wife “until death do you part.”

      I agree – people get married, today, for all the wrong reasons.

      God Bless You.



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