So I still have the amazing looks, I have the excellent credentials, but I am 34 next month and still struggling financially because I am overqualified. But that is not even a problem, the problem is I got old alone... Ever since the age of four I began to see life differently, that is, I could not envisage a marital life any other way than the means through polygyny. I desire to marry two women, I am plausibly the only man in Australia with consent from the Vatican and Anglican priests to have such a wedding, their condition being that the wives would have to love each other just as much as me – a three way marriage. Throughout life I only sought to date bisexual women and I have been persecuted for this by both the straight and gay community on so many levels. Unfortunately I never found someone I would be capable of dating that happened to be single and not overly promiscuous. I do not understand, I bear resemblance to Elvis, I am a charismatic bloke, I am intelligent and an Altruist, but so far in life the women I have stumbled across have treated me as little more than trash. I get very depressed about this and did not want to die a celibate man. I have standards, as do we all, and the hardest thing is breaking the ice in public and conversation itself is not hard. But I find it so hard to find someone adaptable to my needs, interests, and hobbies as well as someone who is in tune with their sense of identity who mayhap keeps a diary also. Life certainly passes you fast; I sure have missed a couple of opportunities in life but these things you only learn with age. What is a man with a sexual inclination like me supposed to do? 14 years of using dating networks and I have only received seven bisexual female chat requests; none of the women I was even slightly attracted to. To me sex means the world, it has been for a lifetime, yet I do not know how I manage to control my urges. Polygyny to me is about an union of souls, and it is about a more stable marital life with more additional sources of income and a better feasibility to raise a large family. This may sound funny to some but I can guarantee you it ain’t as I suffer immensely in silence.