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According to a new study presented here today at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, extramarital and extra-partnership sex is way down, and discussion about the topic within couples is way up. Psychologists at Alliant International University in San Francisco and their colleagues compared survey responses from two large groups of couples, self-categorized as gay men , heterosexual men, lesbians or heterosexual women. About 12, people answered the relevant questions in ; close to 1, participated in The average length of the relationship at the time of the survey varied between groups, from about four and a half years for lesbians, almost seven years for gay men and about 14 years for heterosexual couples in to nearly 11 years for lesbians, The overall result was unambiguous— monogamy rates have skyrocketed.
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People choose to be gay. They are making an immoral choice, which government should discourage. Sexual preference is biologically determined. Government should protect gay people from discrimination because homosexuality is an unalterable aspect of their identity.
Rob rushed into his first session with me, gym bag on one shoulder, briefcase on the other, 10 minutes late and out of breath. He set his bags down, gently put his Blackberry on the table in front of him, and heaved himself onto the couch. As he paused, awaiting my response, quite honestly, I was awaiting my response as well. I knew this was not Rob's first experience in therapy and that a lot was riding on what I was about to say. Rob had been referred by a former client of mine he'd met in an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.