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Consensual Nonmonogamy Research Survey

on Monday, 26 November 2012. Posted in Front Page Headline

This survey is being done by a collaboration of researchers from the University of Kansas and the University of Michigan.

https://kansasedu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_5nAOyRvVy52EBhj

This project is the beginning of an ongoing research effort to understand more about the community of individuals who engage in consensual, nonexclusive intimate and sexual relationships. We undertake this effort in order to better understand this community, its beliefs, practices, and desires.  You will be asked questions about your relationship(s), internalized perceptions of consensual non-monogamy (including, but not limited to, swinging, polyamory, open-relationships/marriages), and other attitudes toward romantic relationships.

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