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Sex: Is Kink the New Normal?

It’s getting more and more difficult to tell what is “abnormal” sexual behavior these days.


If you need proof, you need only refer to a study published in The Journal of Sex Research. Investigators at the University of Montreal found sexual preferences classified as “anomalous” in psychiatry are actually very common, suggesting there is no such thing as “normal” when it comes to sex.

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