Published in AIDS Weekly, March 6th, 1995
In selecting a sexual partner, researchers found race to be the most consistently common factor and religious affiliation often the least common point of interest - depending on the religion.
Based on a national survey of sexuality, researchers estimated about 15 percent of the adult population have more than one sexual partner in a year. In analyzing those data, they found the notion that people with more than one partner in a year...
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