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It has been suggested that women who have had more than one sex partner differ from those who have had only one, both in their background and in their current functioning in the forms of attitudes, partner interaction, sexual satisfaction, desired changes in their sex life, and other behaviors. To explore these issues, we distributed a questionnaire to a sample of nurses located in 15 states. For most variables, there were no significant differences among those with only one lifetime partner, those with few partners, and those with many 6 or more partners. Those with more partners did report having intercourse earlier, reaching orgasm earlier, and pretending to reach orgasm more often. Those with many partners indicated their partners more often delayed orgasm until after their own first orgasm. They also expressed more concern about a lack of interest in and a lack of adequate foreplay by their partners.
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Couples can fall into a polyamorous lifestyle in a few different ways. Some decide they want to search for a third member of their relationship, whereas others simply fall into the polyamorous community and find it works out better for them. A common misconception of polyamory — the word for having multiple romantic partners — is that it's all about people wanting to have their cake and eat it too. This may be the case for those who go "unicorn hunting," but others in successful polyamorous relationships don't see it that way.