Montreal study finds non-traditional relationships on the rise

Mentanko, Josh
August 2013
Capital Xtra (Ottawa);8/15/2013, Issue 258, p18
The article presents a study, conducted by the Sexuality and Modern Intimate Ties and Networks (SMIT'N), which reveals that non-traditional relationships increase in ratio to monogamous partnerships in contrast to dyadic monogamy images mobilized in legal victories in the U.S. for gay marriage.


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