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Study: Cheaters More Likely To Skip Condoms Than Those In Open Relationships

March 20, 2013

People who cheat in relationships also tend to be less diligent about safe sex, according to a new study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine. Compared to people who had their partner's consent to have sex with others, people who had sexual affairs without a partner's knowledge (i.e., cheaters) were 27% less likely to use condoms for vaginal sex and 35% less likely to use condoms for anal sex. More »

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