Research shows growing interest in Polyamory

Research shows growing interest in polyamory, as reported by Health24 from South Africa on November 5th.

Study evaluates Google trends for ten years

Dr. Amy Moors, head of social science research and evaluation for the College of Engineering at Purdue University, evaluated data collected by Google Trends between January 2006 and December 2015. Google Trends evaluates what Google search engine users are looking for.

She discovered that the frequency of the search for “polyamory” and “open relations” increased over time, while the search for “swingers” – a more old-fashioned term – decreased over time.

Moors says:

“I anticipate that consensually non-monogamous relationships will become more mainstream,” Moors says. “Arguably, many people have been engaging in polyamory, open relationships, and swinging for years, but remain closeted due to fear of stigma and discrimination.”

Research shows growing interest in Polyamory

Here you´ll find study

Here you´ll find the original article at Women´s Health THIS Surprising Sex Trend Is More Popular Than Ever 

And here is the republished article from South Africa

This sex trend is more popular in relationships than ever before


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Viktor Leberecht studied history and is a trained and experienced journalist. He does not belong to any religion or ideological group. Since 2003 Viktor has been living in a polyamorous and open relationship with a woman who was married to another man - her husband died in 2018. Viktor gives speeches and writes about polyamory and its marital form, polygamy, to inform, dispel prejudice and promote social acceptance of polyamory and polygamy.

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