Sexual exclusivity versus openness in gay male couples

@article{Blasband1985SexualEV,
  title={Sexual exclusivity versus openness in gay male couples},
  author={D. Blasband and L. A. Peplau},
  journal={Archives of Sexual Behavior},
  year={1985},
  volume={14},
  pages={395-412}
}
AbstractForty gay male couples participated in a questionnaire study comparing relationships that partners agreed were sexually open (N =23) and relationships that partners agreed were sexually closed (N =17). No significant differences were found in the quality of open versus closed relationships. Almost all men (93%) said they were in love with their partner. On scales assessing degree of love and liking for the partner, men in open and closed relationships were indistinguishable. Nor did the… Expand
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