Hugh Grant, the British actor who has starred in films such as “Four Weddings and a Funeral” and “Notting Hill,” has said that he doesn’t believe in monogamy. In an interview with The Guardian, Grant was asked about his views on marriage and infidelity. He replied, “Whoever said we were supposed to be monogamous? Only the Bible or something?”
Grant went on to say that he believes that people are naturally attracted to other people, and that it’s unrealistic to expect them to be faithful to one partner for the rest of their lives. He said, “I think it’s perfectly natural to be attracted to other people. It’s what we do with those attractions that matters.”
Grant’s comments have sparked a debate about monogamy and infidelity. Some people have defended Grant’s views, arguing that monogamy is an unrealistic expectation. Others have criticized Grant, saying that his comments are irresponsible and could encourage people to cheat on their partners.
The debate over monogamy is likely to continue for some time. There is no easy answer to the question of whether or not monogamy is the right choice for everyone. Ultimately, it is up to each individual to decide what they believe is right for them.