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"However, as people, we're also inclined to be sexually jealous of a partner being with someone else, and from a biological standpoint, we're resistant to that partner having another relationship." "Usually, you see open relationships in one of two situations," says relationship expert and nationally syndicated Radio Chick Leslie Gold.
"There are the kind people engage in because their partner is a rock star or a politician and they're getting something else out of the situation, like status.
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Call them cheaters, swingers, or "whatever couples"—the bottom line is these couples buck monogamy for a more open approach to their relationship.
Sex with another person is allowed, but it's not flaunted or discussed outside the household. THE SCIENCE OF MONOGAMY "There are a wide variety of open-relationship models out there, and they can vary drastically from one couple to another," says David Barash, Ph.