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If this was agreeable, the two men would exchange wives from time to time. This practice was often not recognized by Europeans, including many ethnographers, as it seemed alien to them. Among the Comanche, for example, when a man died his wife would become the wife of his brother. There were in traditional societies male and female homosexuals and transvestites who played important spiritual and ceremonial roles. Since divorce was accepted and the raising of the child was the responsibility of many relatives, not just the biological mother and father, divorce does not appear to have had negative impact on the children. In most cases, there was no formal ceremony. Divorce was neither a civil nor a religious concern - this was a private matter among the people involved. A child was not property but a member of a large family and thus had rights. He would continue having sex with her until he married. These individuals were seen as being an important part of the community. For a period of four or five years the young man, and perhaps his brothers as well, would be a junior husband for this woman, creating a temporary state of polyandry. It was recognized that people would be together in a married state for a while and then separate. First, however, a caution. While there appears to be some who feel that there is only one kind of marriage, in reality there are many options regarding marriage. In Indian cultures, marriage was neither religious nor civil.
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