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The Death of Sex and the Demise of Monogamy

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The Death of Sex and the Demise of Monogamy
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Publisher: Narcissus Publications
ISBN/ASIN: B00GQE94NI
Number of pages: 136

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Sex is dead and so is monogamous marriage. What will replace them? Read about alternative lifestyles (such as swinging), sexual preferences (such as bi- and homosexuality), sexual paraphilias, and the role of malignant narcissism in the disintegration of relationships between men and women.

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