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Sun
05
May

PW 357: How much sex is “normal”?

Source Website: Poly Weekly

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How much sex is “normal” in a committed relationship?

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Author Name: 
Cunning Minx
Sun
21
Apr

PW 355: Does penis size matter?

Source Website: Poly Weekly

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The study, finally! How much does penis size matter?

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1:00 Topic: Does penis size matter?

Author Name: 
Cunning Minx
Mon
28
Jan

Study finds poly people less jealous, just as satisfied as monogamous people

Source Website: Opening Up

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A recent study by relationship researcher Terri D. Conley and four colleagues at the University of Michigan concludes that there is no evidence to suggest that monogamous folks are any more satisfied than non-monogamous ones.

Author Name: 
Tristan Taormino
Mon
17
Sep

Researchers looking for poly Americans and Australians

Source Website: Opening Up

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The blog Polyamory Practically has posted a call for participants in a research project on polyamorous lives. The study is being conducted by researchers in the Department of Sociology at Macquarie University in Australia. They are looking for poly folks ages 18-65 of any sexual orientation or gender identity, both in the U.S. and Australia. It appears their aim is to discern differences between non-monogamous experiences in the two countries.

The call reads:

Author Name: 
Tristan Taormino
Sat
28
Apr

Study finds unfaithful individuals less likely to practice safer sex than non-monogamous individuals

Source Website: Opening Up

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A study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, entitled “Unfaithful Individuals are Less Likely to Practice Safer Sex Than Openly Nonmonogamous Individuals,” has determined just that. Researchers Terri D. Conley, Amy C. Moors, Ali Ziegler, and Constantina Karathanasis undertook the study in order to determine whether sexually unfaithful individuals or negotiated non-monogamous individuals would be more likely utilize safer sex methods. In their introduction, they state:

Author Name: 
Tristan Taormino
Sat
28
Apr

Study finds unfaithful individuals less likely to practice safer sex than non-monogamous individuals

Source Website:

This article / blog post was discovered through our Commons project.

A study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, entitled “Unfaithful Individuals are Less Likely to Practice Safer Sex Than Openly Nonmonogamous Individuals,” has determined just that. Researchers Terri D. Conley, Amy C. Moors, Ali Ziegler, and Constantina Karathanasis undertook the study in order to determine whether sexually unfaithful individuals or negotiated non-monogamous individuals would be more likely utilize safer sex methods. In their introduction, they state:

Author Name: 
Tristan Taormino
Wed
21
Sep

Researcher Seeking Non-Monogamous People in the UK

Source Website: Polytical

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As was suggested at Polyday, we’ve been keeping an eye out for non-monogamy research requests in the UK and here is our first one!

Author Name: 
Alex
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