Young couples can't agree on whether they have agreed to be monogamous
And a significant percentage of those couples who at least agreed that they would be monogamous weren't. A new study of 434 young heterosexual couples ages 18-25 found that, in 40 percent of couples, only one partner says the couple agreed to be sexually exclusive.
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