by Zoe Pollock

JD mocks it, using the results of an Oregon State University study:

Some 40 percent of the 434 couples surveyed, whose partners were ages 18-25, had differing views on whether their relationships were exclusive or not. And among those couples where both partners agreed to be monogamous? In 30 percent of the relationships, at least one partner cheated. The gays have already found two solutions for this: by eliminating the word "monogamy" from their vernacular all together, or calling bullshit on the concept.

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