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Monogamy does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases

Monogamy does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases

Monogamy does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases

Survey showed that when a person changes, he often forgets about safe sex. Scientists believe that this contributes to alcohol, writes The Daily Mail. But open relationships rarely lead to diseases, sexually transmitted, because partners are fully aware of what they are doing.

It is one that allowed the online campaign. Initially, experts wanted to know whether to be monogamous preventive measure regarding contamination. Of the 801 respondents in 1647 admitted he cheated partner.

Moreover, in 493 cases it was in the framework of an agreement reached with the partner of public relations. But 308 people come into contact with other people when were in a monogamous relationship.

When people have changed from the last group to 27% less likely to use a condom during vaginal intercourse, and 35% – in anal. Theyre 64% more likely to use alcohol and drugs.

Commented Dr. Terry Conley from the University of Michigan: "It turns out people who are in traditional ways, but changes are a threat to their partner. So, monogamy works only if the two men initially healthy and faithful to each other" .