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An Evolutionary Explanation for Fear of Female Promiscuity

Researchers in England find a link between sexual morality and women’s economic dependence on men.

 

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‘Slut’ Label Refuses to Die

A psychologist who reported last year that women can be just as interested as men in casual sex pinpoints one reason they hesitate: a justified fear of being judged.

 

The Rise and Fall of Sexual Promiscuity

Sleeping around once had its benefits, but turns out women may have given up better fertility for better security.

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