Our expert says:
HIV cannot suddenly "spring up" from within a 100% closed system. So, assuming that:
1. The king is absolutely faithful to his group of wives;
2. Each wife is absolutely faithful to the king; and
3. Neither the king or any of his wives have had sex with anybody else before joining this poligamous marriage, or if they did, tested negatively before signing up;
Then they would all be as safe as within a 100% faithful monogamous relationship.
But what's the chance? The more parts you have to a system, the greater the room for error. And even a great king has his faults: Can he really be expected to keep a whole harem happy? And would his lust for further conquests and inability to stick to one woman permit him to be 100% faithful to the group?Over a period of years, how good do you think the chances are that neither the king nor one of his wives would at least once test other aluring pastures? Especially in a free country like South Africa?
Parting shot: What makes a king worthy of his position?
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