Rethinking monogamy today

For many couples, monogamy -- staying sexually exclusive with one partner -- is expected and assumed. It's even included in many marriage vows. But as some people are increasingly realizing, monogamy isn't for everyone.

In fact, consensual non-monogamy can be a healthy option for some couples and, executed thoughtfully, can inject relationships with some much-needed novelty and excitement.

Does anyone believe in monogamy in 2017 or should we have open relationships?

A 2016 study in the US revealed that 21% of people had been in an open relationship.

A 2015 survey revealed that 48% of British men and 30% of women were interested in one.

Scarlett shared her views with Playboy magazine in an interview published a month after she divorced Roman Dauriac.