Birds of a feather? Not when it comes to sexual permissiveness

@article{Vrangalova2014BirdsOA,
  title={Birds of a feather? Not when it comes to sexual permissiveness},
  author={Zhana Vrangalova and Rachel E. Bukberg and G. Rieger},
  journal={Journal of Social and Personal Relationships},
  year={2014},
  volume={31},
  pages={113 - 93}
}
Prior research finds that sexually permissive individuals are judged more negatively than nonpermissive peers, placing them at risk of social isolation. Based on the positive assortment principle (i.e., preferences for similarity in attributes in close relationships), we examined whether participants’ own permissiveness mitigated negative judgments of permissive others in the same-sex friendship context. College students (N = 751) evaluated a hypothetical same-sex target with either 2… Expand

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