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Old 07-16-2012, 01:02 PM
Fayerweather Fayerweather is offline
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When I mentioned the "Coolidge Effect" from the book, I didn't mean to say that that is what the authors were trying to say was the correct way to live (allowing your husband some purely sexual affairs so he won't die of boredom). The whole book was chock full of examples on why both men and women were biologically created to have multiple sex partners. It's just that I feel that the ending of the book kind of wimped out by not saying "we should ALL be poly". Instead they chose to go with "we should all open our marriages a little bit".
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