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Two different kinds of marriage practices, bigamy and polygamy both involve multiple spouses and marriage. The following is an examination of a hot topic: Bigamy vs. polygamy.

Two or more spouses are involved in a polygamous marriage – both/all being aware of the other’s union with the spouse. Two or more spouses are involved in a bigamous relationship as well but are usually unaware of each other.

What's more, while bigamy is not typically practiced for religious or cultural reasons, polygamy is. Can one be participated in without participating in the other, however? Technically, you must partake in bigamy to partake in polygamy because bigamy is defined as the following: “While legally married to one person, partaking in a marriage ceremony to another."

That doesn't make them the same, however.


Bigamy can be consensual and intentional. An individual knowingly marries a second spouse, being completely aware that their initial marriage is binding, legally. Everyone involved consents. On the other hand, it can be non-consensual, but still intentional, where the spouses of an individual are completely unaware of each other.

But wait, there's more. As the result of an attempted divorce that was never finalized legally, it can also be unintentional. Regardless, all parts of the United States outlaw bigamy.


When three or more people participate in a general union/marriage, this is referred to as polygamy. In the minds of many people, polygamy is reserved for a situation that involves multiple wives and one man. This is not, however, always the case. Technically speaking, a general description of polygamy involves any gender, with marriage being carried out with multiple partners.

There are several kinds of polygamy including the following:

• Group marriage

• Polyandry

• Polygyny

Let's look at those individually.

Group Marriage

A type of polygamy, group marriage is an arrangement in which a marriage-like agreement is made and participated in by all parties involved. The ratio of male to female is not specified but, rather, determined by the individuals involved.


Here, more than one man can be married to one woman. To break things down even further, there are two types of polyandry:

• Non-Fraternal Spouses: A woman marries husbands that are completely unrelated to each other.

• Fraternal Spouses: A pair of sibling brothers is married to one woman.


Two types of polygyny also exist including the following:

• Nonsororal: Wives that have no relation to each other are chosen by one man.

• Sororal: As his wives, sisters of a family are taken by one man.

Polygamy Versus Bigamy

In both of these, there is a running theme involving multiple partners involved in a union. The following should be noted to distinguish polygamy and bigamy from each other:

• Religious influence (customs)

• Living style (number of households)

• Law classifications (multiple partners are legal in some countries where polygamy is concerned)

• One spouse being aware of another or others

Important Note!

As of February 2020, a bill passed the Utah legislature that states – for the first time in 85 years – that polygamy is not a felony crime. But, some 18 months later, the bigamy law was reinstated by a federal appeals court and a law re-criminalizing bigamy was passed by the Utah State Legislature. The difference now is that Utah views polygamy, more or less, as an "infraction" – similar to a speeding ticket.

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There are numerous alternate lifestyles in existence compared to that of legal marriage in the United States and monogamy. Here, the following will be examined: Polyamory vs. polygamy vs. polyandry. After reading this, you may decide that an alternative lifestyle is something you'd like to dedicate yourself to, or at least try. Later, a service that can introduce you to others involved in polygamy – and how to get in touch with them – will be detailed.

First things first, however, let's learn the difference between polyamory, polygamy, and polyandry.


A person engaging in multiple sexual/romantic relationships is said to be practicing polyamory. If you believe you can love multiple people simultaneously, you may wish to be involved in this “practice/ethical” philosophy that includes responsible, honest, and non-possessive traits. Polyamory, rather than accepting established social norms (monogamy), emphasizes a conscious decision to have more than one partner at one time.

Any sexual orientation goes in relationships such as these, is dictated by the individuals involved in the relationship itself. These are romantic, intimate relationships with numerous consenting members at one time. People of mixed sexual orientations – versus everyone being gay or everyone being straight – can be involved in a polyamorous relationship, too.


When one spouse has more than one mate/spouse, it is referred to as polygamy. Thanks to TV, in part, many people view a polygamous relationship as having one husband and multiple sister wives. This is only partially correct. Anthropologically speaking, it can be a marriage that exists simultaneously between one person and at least two others in general.

One man being married to two women or more is, today, referred to as polygamy. When one woman is married to two or more men, it is referred to as polyandry.


This refers to multiple husbands with one woman. Polyandry does, however, exist in two forms:

Non-Fraternal Spouses: A woman marries husbands that are completely unrelated to each other.

Fraternal Spouses: A pair (or more) of sibling brothers is married to one woman.

In parts of China and Nepal, one wife can be married to two or more brothers, legally, with "sexual access" being available to her where each male party is concerned.

By the Numbers

Due to the fact that many polygamists like to stay just under the radar, numbers are hard to come by. It is thought, however, that today, in the United States, polygamy is practiced by roughly 60,000 people. In addition to your average Americans, these individuals include members of the Pan-African Ausar Auset society, Muslims, Hmong Americans, and other various ethnicities.

It is estimated that roughly 4 to 5% of the United States population practices polyamory.

In America, polyandry is not legal, nor is it widely practiced. This is not to say, however, that it doesn't exist in the United States.

Polygamy, Polyamory, or Polyandry? Which Is Right for You?

If you have questions about polygamy, polyandry, polyamory, and other alternate lifestyles, you are not alone. Questions are not uncommon. You should have access to the answers you need. For questions regarding polygamy and possibly even other lifestyle choices, why not talk directly to the people involved?

Sister Wives can introduce you to polygamists, sister wives, and more. Attend our activities and events or utilize our website for matchmaking services, video chats, search options, detailed profiles, or other fun ways to chat and interact. On our "Blogs", you can find out what people have to say about our service before even trying it yourself. Get started today!

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Maybe you’ve seen TV shows on the polygamist lifestyle. If so, you may be wondering about a number of things. Is polygamy legal in the U.S.? Wherever it is outlawed, why? Might the legal restrictions be changing in the near future?

To answer the first question, right now, polygamy is legally outlawed in every one of the 50 states. In fact, being married to more than one individual is criminalized by the federal government. Of course, it's difficult to enforce these kinds of laws due to many polygamists keeping low and staying under the radar, for the most part. The thing is, with the increase in mixed gender, multiple roommates, laws such as these become very problematic.

Frequently, in the courts, laws built on nothing more than "moral ground" are being challenged more and more. Similar arguments have already been used to decriminalize same-sex marriages and homosexuality. In a sense, many of the "witch hunts" of the past are coming to an end, at least in a legal sense. Will polygamy and polygamists be next?

Anti-Bigamy Laws in Utah

Not long ago, a ruling by a federal judge determined that Utah's anti-bigamy law language was not enforceable because it was so vague. Today, laws such as these are considered, by many, an invasion of privacy and anachronistic. That, in turn, is unconstitutional, violating the 14th and first amendment rights of individuals.

Some misguided people fear that relaxing laws on bigamy, same-sex marriage, polygamy, etc., will somehow go further to affect children. This is not only unrealistic but unreasonable. The citing of such a concern is little more than a tactic used to generate fear and suspicion.

It is important to take note that, as of February 2020, a bill passed the Utah legislature that states – for the first time in 85 years – that polygamy is not a felony crime. But, some 18 months later, the bigamy law was reinstated by a federal appeals court and a law re-criminalizing bigamy was passed by the Utah State Legislature. However, Utah now views polygamy as an "infraction" – similar to a speeding ticket. The future status of polygamy in Utah and other states remains to be seen.

So, the bottom line is that, currently, polygamy is not technically legal in any of the 50 states. Are the laws against polygamy frequently enforced? No, they are not. Does that mean, as a polygamist, you’re safe from prosecution? No, you're not. The good news for polygamists is that these laws may be changing relatively soon; or, at the very least, relaxed even more in some manner.

Legal or Not – Is Polygamy for You?

Contrary to many disillusioned individuals, do you still believe in true love? Do you believe that true love can be shared by more than two people? If so, polygamy may be a lifestyle you would be well served by. You can seek out a sister wife as well as other polygamists through the Sister Wives community.

We can be of assistance to numerous polygamists by helping them make a love connection and/or introducing them to others for socialization. Are you a single seeking a sister wife? Are you a couple looking for another sister wife? Are you unsure about the entire topic? See what other people have to say by clicking on our "Blogs".

By helping people connect online, Sister Wives can enrich the lives of those curious about polygamy and/or those already involved in polygamy. Familiarize yourself with our lifestyle and community by attending some of our activities and events. Our website offers detailed profiles, fun ways to interact and chat, search options, video chat, “matchmaking” services, and more. If you're intrigued, contact us today to find out more. 

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In the United States, polygamy is illegal. There are no two ways about it. But the severity of the punishment for "breaking" this law differs. In fact, frequently, those involved in polygamy may not even be prosecuted. Is that something that you, as a polygamist, should count on? No. If it is discovered that you are participating in a polygamous relationship, you are – under the law – prosecutable. A good lawyer, however, may be able to get the charges diminished or dismissed – but that's not something you should count on 100%.

Recently, the topic of polygamy in Utah was in the news. What's more, in certain areas of Massachusetts, "polyamorous domestic relationships" are being recognized. This does not mean it's legal to marry more than one person in Massachusetts, however. A "domestic relationship" differs from a legal marriage.

Let's look at both of these states and what's going on.


In Utah, it was determined that the state’s polygamy ban was unconstitutional in "Brown versus Buhman" toward the end of 2013. In 2020, while it was not entirely legalized, polygamy was decriminalized – at least in part. Currently, the offense of polygamy is looked upon, more or less, as an "infraction" – similar to a parking ticket. If you are convicted of being married to more than one person at a time, it may be punishable with community service and fines not to exceed $750.

How does that differ from when polygamy was looked upon as a federal offense? When polygamy was a third-degree felony, you could be sentenced to up to five years of jail time.

Any law that is passed can be struck down. Any legal decision that is made can be reversed. If there's one thing about politics and law that is consistent, it is their propensity for inconsistency. Many polygamists see the recent changes in Utah as a step in the right direction, however.


Apparently, 2020 was a big year for nontraditional relationships. In addition to the changes that took place in Utah, the nation’s first multiple-partner domestic partnership ordinance was passed in Somerville, Massachusetts in 2020.

A domestic partnership is defined by the ordinance as an entity formed by people. Six criteria must be fulfilled, including that those involved:

• Are in a relationship of caring, support, and commitment… 

• … and have every intention of staying in that relationship

• Consider themselves family

• Reside together, etc.

Today, the same privileges and rights afforded to those who are legally married are afforded to those in domestic partnerships. It interprets "family", "marriage", and "spouse" to encompass domestic partnerships in various ordinances of the city.

The following year, a multiple-partner domestic partnership ordinance was passed in Cambridge.

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Even in America, ethical polyamory/polygamy and non-monogamy are gaining more acceptability and visibility. Along with this developing trend, more and more people are curious about polygamy weddings and how to go about putting one together.

As far as legality is concerned, there is some important information you should know regarding polyamorous or polygamous weddings. Unfortunately, for inspiration and guidance, there are very few resources. Here, we will briefly touch on a number of topics regarding polygamy weddings.

The Legality of a Polygamist Wedding

In America, in all 50 states, polygamy is illegal. These days, it isn't taken quite as seriously in Utah – but it is illegal throughout America, nonetheless. Even if you travel to a location in the world where polygamous marriages are legal, and somehow manage to marry all of your wives there, a legal marriage to each and every wife will not be recognized in America.

In many cases, in America, polygamists legally marry one wife. They then consider their other wives – or refer to them as – spiritual unions/mates. While "domestic relationships" with more than one person may be recognized in certain Massachusetts areas, legal marriage to more than one person still is not.

The Workings of a Polygamist Wedding

Most polygamists’ weddings, due to polygamy being illegal, have no legal backing but are, instead, "commitment ceremonies". No special privileges or rights are provided by these ceremonies, unlike legal civil unions or marriage. To "take the next step" in a relationship and formalize it, ceremonies such as these are, more or less, for the individuals involved in the relationship and their friends/relatives. It's a way to express their commitment.

Wedding Ideas for Polygamists

The wedding ideas for polygamists are, more or less, a mirror image of traditional, monogamous marriage ceremonies with minimal differences. Naturally, the person who will officiate the ceremony will have to be in agreement with the polygamist’s lifestyle. Additionally, anyone who is invited to the ceremony should be supportive.

Just like members of the LGBTQ+ community can have problems finding halls, officiants, cake makers, entertainment, etc. – once they've made it clear what type of relationship is going on – polygamists can run into the same problems.

It's up to the members of the relationship to decide whether or not they want to "come out" to the public and/or to the people/companies they need to work with in order to plan/go through with a polygamous wedding/ceremony.

Vows and Other Traditions

As with a traditional wedding, some polygamists choose to write their own vows. Each participant in the ceremony can recite a vow. There is also the option of a unity ceremony, in which all participants, more or less, recite the same vow together.

Any tradition that would ordinarily be observed at a standard, monogamous wedding can, for the most part, be incorporated into a polygamous ceremony. It all depends on the participants/guests, your venue, and more.

Before You Can Have a Wedding, You Need to Meet New People

Want to meet other polygamists and socialize more? Are you a sister wife looking for love, a man looking for sister wives, or an established couple looking for other sister wives? Regardless, the Sister Wives website is one you should visit soon.

We feature activities and events, chat and video chat opportunities, and search engines. We provide profiles, offer matchmaking services, and much more for today's polygamists. Interested? Contact us today to find out more. We have a convenient online form you can fill out and send in. We'll be in touch.

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Currently, polygamy in the USA is illegal. One of the 50 states – Utah – has toyed with the idea of removing polygamy from the list of federal offenses. For whatever reason, after that idea was successfully pursued, it was reversed, somewhat. Polygamy is now considered an "infraction" in Utah – something like a speeding ticket. But if the federal polygamy law can be struck down, even temporarily, what does that say for the future of polygamy in America?

Times are changing. The rights of individuals who wish to pursue a polygamous relationship may one day be supported by the striking down of laws prohibiting this alternate lifestyle.

Polygamists in America

It is estimated that there are between 50,000 and 60,000 polygamists currently living in the United States. The fact that polygamy is against the law doesn't seem to discourage everyone. Are polygamists routinely prosecuted? No, not frequently. Does that mean you don't have to worry about being prosecuted as a polygamist? It does not. Caution and discretion both go a long way toward keeping you and your family safe and free from prosecution or persecution.

Remember that, not too long ago, gay marriage was also outlawed. That has changed where many states/cities are concerned. It is not without its challengers, of course. In many ways, the rights of heterosexual, monogamous United States citizens are seemingly more of a concern to politicians than are the rights of other citizens of America.

Politics aside, if you're going to be a polygamist in America, there are some things you should know.

Legal Versus Illegal – Technically

Because being married to more than one person is still illegal in America, some polygamous relationships describe their relationship in a manner that is more legally acceptable. While a polygamist may consider himself married to all four of his wives (we are just using the number four as an example), he would likely technically be legally married to just one and consider the other's spiritual mates/unions – or something along those lines.

Mixing Sexual Preferences

Group relationships can exist as well, but once again, legal marriage to more than one person in the relationship would not be possible in America. For example, certain couples might be legally married: wife/wife, husband/husband, husband/wife. They may make the decision to cohabit with another couple. In their minds, though not legally, they are all married to each other.

Surprisingly, the 2003 Supreme Court ruling "Lawrence Versus Texas," protects such arrangements (though marriage of all participants to each other is still not legally recognized). This ruling stated: "Liberty presumes an autonomy of self which incorporates the freedom of expression, belief, thought, and certain intimate conduct." Proponents of polygamy insist that this would be a perfect argument for the legalization of bigamy/polygamy.

Rules and Practices

Today, a polygamous relationship is defined as one husband and two or more women. There are also relationships that specify one woman/wife and numerous husbands. This is referred to as polyandry. As stated above, there are also group relationships that can consist of all women, all men, all heterosexuals, all homosexuals, bisexuals, transsexuals – you name it – or a mixture of any and all.

The rules and practices of a specific relationship – polygamy included – should be derived through discussion and consideration of all parties involved. What works for one group/family of polygamists may or may not work for a different group/family.

Coming Out

Although laws and some opinions have changed drastically in recent decades, some individuals with sexual preferences other than the accepted and/or traditional (in America) are still afraid to "come out". They keep their sexual preferences under wraps because they are fearful of persecution, prejudice, abuse, etc.

The same can be said for polygamists. In addition to being technically illegal, a polygamous lifestyle could, potentially, open the door to prejudice, abuse, and other types of persecution. It is 100% up to the people involved in the relationship whether or not they will "come out" as being involved in a polygamous relationship.

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The topic of polygamy in the USA is indeed a hot one. For the most part, all 50 states remain committed to the criminalization of bigamy and, therefore, polygamy. Utah, however, has gone back and forth a couple of times since 2020. Currently, bigamy is once again illegal in Utah, but it is referred to as an "infraction" – similar to a speeding ticket.

Using a number of FAQs, here's a type of guide to polygamy in the USA. Keep in mind that the laws governing polygamy, bigamy, etc., and their enforcement, seem muddier than ever. That said, as of the writing of this piece, it is technically illegal in America.

Polygamy – What Is It?

The custom or practice of having more than one husband or wife at the same time is referred to as polygamy. Two forms have existed, historically:

Polygyny: The practice or state of having more than one female mate or wife at a time.

Polyandry: The practice of having more than one male mate or husband at a time.

Is Polygamy Endorsed by the Bible?

Religion is a touchy subject. People believe different ideals and philosophies, engage in different practices, etc. Technically speaking, (per the Bible) God's original intention for marriage was made clear in the teachings of Jesus: One woman and one man. The tolerance of polygamy (and divorce) in the Old Testament, however, was – in theory – due to the "people's hardness of heart".

For Christians – Is Polygamy a Concern?

Once again, this is a question of religion and people view their “rules and regulations” differently, even within the same religion. There are Christians who believe that alternative lifestyles are not damning but, rather, those involved in them consider themselves devoted Christians.

Is Polygamy a Bona Fide Religious Practice?

Religious or not, in the United States, it's still illegal. On the other hand, in various parts of the world, polygamy is an accepted aspect of religion and/or culture.

Are Bigamy/Polygamy Laws Enforced Rigorously?

In most cases, particularly with polygamists staying just under the radar, the laws are hard to enforce. Many times, officials simply don't bother. Does this mean you can't be prosecuted if you knowingly engage in bigotry or polygamy? Unfortunately, you could be prosecuted if the laws don't change. A good attorney may be able to get the charges lessened or dropped, however, particularly in light of all the changes occurring in the United States regarding such laws.

Where Can You Meet Others Who Agree with Polygamy as an Alternative Lifestyle?

More than one sister wife will be involved in a polygamous relationship. If you'd like to participate in a lifestyle such as this – or if you already do – Sister Wives dating and matchmaking service can be of assistance.

Are you a single seeking a sister wife? Are you a couple seeking another sister wife? Either way, we can help. Curious as to what others have to say about our service? Check out our "Blogs".

We are dedicated to helping people find other polygamists with whom to socialize or assisting people in becoming a sister wife. Online, it's easy to connect with others and become more familiar with a polygamous lifestyle. Consider attending some of our activities and events, as well.

Through our site, you can engage in online chatting and interacting, pursuing search options, looking at detailed profiles, video chat, matchmaking services, and more. Contact us today using our online form

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You may have seen TV shows about polygamy. It may, in fact, have even piqued your curiosity. What's it like to be married to more than one person at the same time? Are there actually benefits of polygamy over other lifestyles?

Unfortunately for polygamists, the practice of being married to more than one individual at the same time is still considered illegal in the United States. On the other hand, in various parts of the world, it is not only common but an accepted religious practice.

It is estimated that there could be between 50,000 and 60,000 polygamists currently living and practicing in America. Numbers are hard to come by because many polygamists fear persecution or prosecution, so they fly just under the radar.

Here's the thing… There is actually any number of benefits to polygamy, particularly over monogamous relationships. Don't believe that? Check out the following.

More Stability

A man can extend his genetic durability by choosing to have multiple wives. In nature, only 3% of mammals participate in established, dedicated couples. With several females, a male may copulate, in order to pass more of his genes on to prosperity.

An Expressed Mutual Agreement

The rules and patterns imposed by society can become routine and monotonous when a relationship is monogamous. Day by day, due to boredom and predictability, coexistence can become more conflicted and complicated.

Many people involved in monogamous relationships also end up being involved in cheating. Because mutual agreement is established in a polygamous relationship, conflicts decrease. All parties support, trust, and communicate with each other.

All Women Find a Mate

Potentially, every female can find a partner in a polygamous society. This even applies if there is a significantly lesser proportion of men in relation to that of women.

Solves the Problem of High Rates of Male Mortality

Polygamy can support population growth in countries with high male mortality rates, thus assisting with the area's reconstruction.

You Always Have Company

The benefits of polygamy can extend past the husband to the wives. The sister wives can share household chores and enjoy the company of other sister wives. Within a polygamous marriage, the burden on older women can be considerably reduced by younger women.

Receive Care Post-Retirement

If numerous descendants are a result of polygamy, once a father reaches the age of retirement, the children can look after him.

Increased Sexual Satisfaction

A man's sexual needs are more thoroughly and completely satisfied when he can have relationships with a number of women simultaneously. Rather than cheating on his wife, because he's in a monogamous relationship, a man who craves "more" can turn to another sister wife in a polygamous relationship.

Find Love and Experience the Benefits of Polygamy Through Sister Wives

If the polygamist lifestyle sounds like something you'd be interested in, and you want to find out more about it, there's nowhere better to turn than to those who are already involved in polygamy. How do you find people like that? Not only can you find others with whom to socialize, but you may be able to find love through Sister Wives. Our activities and events will introduce you to other polygamists. Courtesy of our website, you can enjoy matchmaking services, chats, view profiles, and much more.

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Why are some people motivated or inspired by quotes?

If you pose the question, "What inspires you?", you're likely to hear some individuals offer up what they feel is an inspirational quote. What is it about motivational quotes? Why do they inspire us? That will be examined here. In addition, however, some polygamy quotes will be presented.

What Motivates You?

Different people are inspired by motivational quotes for various reasons:

Primal Aspect: Biology could be at the root of the appeal of motivational quotes and how they affect you. Humans want to look up to leaders and role models and follow them. On a primal level, humans are affected by leaders and their words. The most gravitas is held by words from leaders that are recognized in the arts, politics, business, etc.

Power of Language: You've heard it before, there is power in words. People, in general, have an appetite for wisdom that is well expressed, be it motivational or something else. There is a direct correlation between effectiveness and phrasing – for worse or for better. For example, two quotes can say the same thing, but people are more drawn to the one that is rhyming.

Coaching Factor: The population of people who are inspired by motivational quotes is narrowed by a self-selection process. It can be a good incentive to try harder if you feel that someone else believes you can be successful. If your mentor, coach, or teacher believes you can do something, it's more likely to happen.

Polygamy in America

It is estimated that roughly 60,000 people in America today participate in a polygamous lifestyle. Specific numbers are hard to come by due to the fact that the practice is technically illegal in the USA. People like to fly under the radar so that they are not subject to prosecution or persecution. But polygamists are just as entitled to inspiration as anyone else. That's why some polygamy quotes will be included here, for inspiration and motivation. Once inspired and motivated, there's no telling the heights you can reach in your relationship(s).

Inspiration and Motivation Through Polygamy Sayings and Quotes

Note: Some of these have been minimally altered.

Elbert Hubbard: "Polygamy is the endeavor to get more out of life than there is in it."

Oliver Cowdery: "I will not be controlled, governed, or influenced in my temporal interests by any pretended relevant or ecclesiastical authority whatever, contrary to my personal judgment."

George Q. Cannon: "Children of polygamists, besides being brighter or as bright intellectually, are much stronger and healthier."

Brigham Young: "The only men who become gods… are those who enter into polygamy. Others… cannot reign as kings in glory…"

Bruce R. McConkie: "Obviously, after the second coming of [Jesus], the holy practice of polygamy will commence again."

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