It is natural and human to desire more than one person in any given lifetime. Monogomy is not only boring it is totally unrealistic and unnatural. Human species like other animal species are social creatures. They have eyes and they have five senses which connects them and keeps them connected to others around them in their line of vision and in their environment. Attraction is as natural as sight. There is nothing wrong with being attracted to more than one person at any given time even if you are married.
The problem is the marriage contract which is no insignificant thing. Infidelity is a breach of that contract, this is true. But one could argue that the contract itself is unenforceable on this point because infidelity is natural. So this term in the contract is void ab inito. Being monogomous just is not what was intended for the human species to be.
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