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(Slate)   New findings from the Romero Institute of Relationships reveals even happily married people have affairs   ( divider line
    More: Obvious, Hanna Rosin, Double X, Dr. Ruth, Antwerp, interpersonal relationship, Esther Perel  
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2014-03-29 03:48:06 AM  
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"We are all born in a superposition state, that may be rudimentarily referred to as 'Potentially Polyamorous Pan-Sexual", with social normalcy derived from religious doctrine, and personal social circumstance, defining the resulting adult's persuasion in any direction."

 - Mary Wollstonecraft
2014-03-29 04:40:31 PM  
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WhoopAssWayne: Only liberals feel this way. Been married for years.

Aw Christ.  Here they come.  Come back and be a hypocrite when either you or your spouse cheats.

Highest divorce rates?  Red states.  Sorry to bring facts into this.  I know you're allergic to them and all.
2014-03-29 03:40:42 AM  
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TwistedFark: This is just some twit hawking a book. Actual data from places such as the CDC pegs the rate of marital infidelity at around 20% or so, which is, as you would expect, lower than the rate of divorce (and not the other way around).

"Actual data". Riiiiiight. Because people don't lie about sex, or (probably more often) the urge to be naughty, even if they don't act on it.

Interesting point FTFA: "They are longtime monogamists who one day cross a line into a place they never thought they would go. They remain monogamous in their beliefs, but they experience a chasm between their behavior and their beliefs."

I know a lot of people don't believe in polyamory (I'm undecided), but I have to wonder if at least the urge to practice it is far more common than people are willing to admit. I mean, what else can explain that kind of cognitive dissonance?
2014-03-29 03:37:28 AM  
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uttertosh: robohobo: These people are also known as worthless, dishonest scumbags deserving of a scarlet letter.

This is quite easily the most retardedly judgemental trolling I've ever lol'd at here on fark.

Think it trolling all you like. Cheaters are worthless, dishonest scumbags. Everyone that person knows should be made aware of their behaviour.
2014-03-29 03:15:42 AM  
1 vote:
To paraphrase DeNiro, "she does things I don't want kissing my kids"
2014-03-29 02:30:26 AM  
1 vote:
These people are also known as worthless, dishonest scumbags deserving of a scarlet letter.
2014-03-29 02:21:38 AM  
1 vote:

WhoopAssWayne: No, we do not. Really.

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it's a function based primarily on opportunity and motivation.
so much of either = chicka bow wow
2014-03-29 01:30:31 AM  
1 vote:
Little Head doesn't always make the same choices that Big Head would. We aspire to nobility but just can't escape our monkey nature.
2014-03-28 11:52:54 PM  
1 vote:
My brother-in-law, who I always assumed was wildly in love with my sister, shocked me the other day with a tale of a dalliance he had with a delivery girl in his office about 33 years ago.
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