Ideally, a man can only marry one wife although this depends on religion. But in the case of a Brazilian model and polygamist, having nine wives was his way of protesting against monogamy.

It would be best to note that the man, identified as Arthur O Urso, was not legally binding. Regardless, he carried it out and initially struggled to satisfy the needs of his nine wives.

At the top of the list is fulfilling their sexual needs which Urso admits was a problem due to several issues. That includes having sex for the sake of it and not for pleasure. There was even one instance where he admits that he was thinking of another wife rather than with the one he was having intercourse with, the Post reported.

One remedy he did was to have a sex schedule. Odd as it may sound but potentially something other men would be envious of, the solution appears to have worked.

“It is very fun, pleasurable and unique to experience everything collectively, and they are all very different in bed,” Urso said.

While it appears to have resolved his preliminary problems, some stuff still exists. This includes jealousy among his women, especially if he buys one of them an expensive gift.

“They all demand attention, affection and sex to be part of our everyday life, and I can’t do more for one than the other,” Urso explained.

Of the women he married, one is reportedly leaving him. She was identified only as Agatha who allegedly believed that a spouse divided cannot stand.

“She wanted to have me all to herself,” Urso said. “It didn’t make sense – we have to share. I was very sad about the separation and even more surprised by her excuse.”

It is an odd setup but Urso claims that he is learning more about their relationship.

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