Most things with human sexuality are on a spectrum. It might very well be true that the majority of people are non-monogamous by nature but there are absolutely some that are monogamous-till-death-do-us-part through and through and others who are serial monogamists, only able to be with one person at a time. As far as I can see these ways of being are as much genetically encoded (if you want to make that argument) as being poly.
It's the same as the straight to gay spectrum. Most people fall somewhere in the middle. Although they may have a stronger preference one way or the other, under the right circumstances they could be involved with someone who isn't of the normally prefered gender.
Everything will be ok in the end. If it's not ok it's not the end.
Last edited by Derbylicious; 03-04-2011 at 03:27 PM.