Dutch Academy of ‘Pataphysics, Amsterdam
Received 09.10.2014, accepted 03.11.2014, published 11.11.2014
JUnQ, 5, 1, Views, ### (not final page numbering), 2015
Sexual promiscuity can be studied quantitatively as a behavior. The qualitative study of the emotions and motives associated with promiscuity is secondary. When heterosexual behavior is studied quantitatively promiscuity is necessarily equal among males and females. In other words, contrary to contemporary popular opinion, the group of human males and the group of human females have the same average number of sex partners.
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