"Should Three People be Allowed to Marry?" I thought that, that was an interesting question, as one evening turning through channels, I overheard it being mocked on "The Daily Show." I don't remember who asked it, but it was a White man, possibly even a politician. The internet wasn't too helpful in identifying him; obviously it's related to the Gay Marriage debate White folk love. Still, what do you think? For the most part, Traditional Africa practiced complementarity as between one man and one woman; but given complementarity isn't the core of the marriage debate, what about 'two people maximum?'