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Estimates and Correlates of Engagement in Consensually Non-Monogamous Relationships

Estimates and Correlates of Engagement in Consensually Non-Monogamous Relationships Curr Sex Health Rep (2017) 9:155–165 DOI 10.1007/s11930-017-0121-6 INTEGRATING THE PSYCHOSOCIAL (B MCCARTHY, R SEGRAVES AND A CLAYTON, SECTION EDITORS) Estimates and Correlates of Engagement in Consensually Non-Monogamous Relationships 1,2 2,3 2 2,4 M. L. Haupert & Amy C. Moors & Amanda N. Gesselman & Justin R. Garcia Published online: 22 August 2017 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2017 . . Abstract Keywords Consensual non-monogamy Non-monogamy . . . Purpose of Review Interest in consensually non-monogamous Polyamory Swinging Open relationships Romantic (CNM) relationships—in which partners have explicitly relationships agreed that pursuing other romantic or sexual partners is per- mitted—has grown both among the American public and among researchers and practitioners. Yet, little is known about Introduction the prevalence of CNM relationships or factors related to en- gagement in these relationships. Remaining sexually exclusive with a partner (sexual monog- Recent Findings In this review, we synthesize the past 5 years amy) is perceived by many as an effective strategy to promote of research on CNM relationships to provide insight on (1) sexual health and safety—including public health officials, definitions of differing CNM relationships, (2) how many researchers, and the general public [1–3]. Sexual monogamy people are engaging in or have previously http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Current Sexual Health Reports Springer Journals

Estimates and Correlates of Engagement in Consensually Non-Monogamous Relationships

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2017 by Springer Science+Business Media, LLC
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Urology; Endocrinology
ISSN
1548-3584
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1548-3592
DOI
10.1007/s11930-017-0121-6
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Abstract

Curr Sex Health Rep (2017) 9:155–165 DOI 10.1007/s11930-017-0121-6 INTEGRATING THE PSYCHOSOCIAL (B MCCARTHY, R SEGRAVES AND A CLAYTON, SECTION EDITORS) Estimates and Correlates of Engagement in Consensually Non-Monogamous Relationships 1,2 2,3 2 2,4 M. L. Haupert & Amy C. Moors & Amanda N. Gesselman & Justin R. Garcia Published online: 22 August 2017 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2017 . . Abstract Keywords Consensual non-monogamy Non-monogamy . . . Purpose of Review Interest in consensually non-monogamous Polyamory Swinging Open relationships Romantic (CNM) relationships—in which partners have explicitly relationships agreed that pursuing other romantic or sexual partners is per- mitted—has grown both among the American public and among researchers and practitioners. Yet, little is known about Introduction the prevalence of CNM relationships or factors related to en- gagement in these relationships. Remaining sexually exclusive with a partner (sexual monog- Recent Findings In this review, we synthesize the past 5 years amy) is perceived by many as an effective strategy to promote of research on CNM relationships to provide insight on (1) sexual health and safety—including public health officials, definitions of differing CNM relationships, (2) how many researchers, and the general public [1–3]. Sexual monogamy people are engaging in or have previously

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Current Sexual Health ReportsSpringer Journals

Published: Aug 22, 2017

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