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... had sex, and many "virgins," oral sex. The number of cohabiting couples has soared 10-fold since 1970, from 540,000 to 5.1 million ...
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... their parents on 12 out of 16 issues. Two-thirds of young adults say that cohabitation is morally acceptable vs. half of older adults. "Most young adults ...
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... YES. More results: three times as many young adults of lesbians were currently cohabiting as those with married parents (24% v. 9%). ...
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... rejected after Democrats regained control of the Senate. Marriage rates continued to plunge and cohabitation rates to soar. For example, there were only 1.6 million cohabiting couples ...
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... to take classes to improve their communication skills. What if a new President encourages cohabiting parents to marry? Most unwed births are to cohabiting parents. Yet government ...
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... , many courts are granting rights to adults to create diverse family forms such as cohabitation and same-sex marriages that are harmful to children. The report affirmed some " ...
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... were exploitative, some abusive and all the others were promiscuous.' Research shows that cohabiting couples are also more likely to be abusive and commit'adultery' than married ...
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... 48 percent since 1970. Those groups with the greatest capacity to reduce divorce and cohabitation rates- churches and synagogues- are unlikely to apply for this federal aid ...
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... divorce rates in Europe, double that of France or Germany. Further, Britain's cohabitation and out-of-wedlock rates are even higher than the U.S. British research reveals that ...
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... parts of Utah's polygamy laws are unconstitutional. He said the law's prohibition of "cohabitation," which the law used to describe polygamous relationships, violates the First ...
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