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21 January 2011

Young couples often disagree about monogamy

Many young couples can't agree on whether they've decided to have sex only with each other, a new study shows.

Many young couples can't agree on whether they've decided to have sex only with each other, a new study shows.

The study also found that couples with children were less likely to have a monogamy agreement in place and married couples were no more likely than other couples to have an explicit monogamy agreement.

Perceptions of monogamy

 
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