I think that monogamy is an unnatural feminist invention that benefits females much more than it does men because it ensures that they have someone to take care of them and their offspring because the politically incorrect biological nature of a man is to impregnate as many women as possible to keep the population alive.
Come at me Arachne.
In all reality, I think that while monogamy is biologically unnatural, it's probably the best, fairest institution for both parties because polygamy reduces the diversity of the gene pool and polyandry screws a man over into taking care of a child that's not his. At least in monogamy, you're both equally miserable.
Dude you are almost there.
I think you should reject both extreme ideals, on one end of the spectrum the celibate monk and the other ONS every woman you meet.
You just gotta be the best man you can be, and that is different for everyone. Not everyone is going to be that husband who worships his wife as some kind of goddess and raising wonderful children. And that's ok.
I don't think marriage these days is worth it outside of the sacramental view of the Church.
Me personally I'm the kind of guy that likes to create a world with one woman, who would be my wife. Make a legacy together and just watch our love flourish and see the fruits of it in our children.
But hey man you are pretty young, I'd go chasing after many women. Go ahead and date multiple women at once, just make sure you are upfront about not being exclusive with any of them. Don't be that guy who says he will be then goes after other women.