I won't link the source, because (though it comes from MSM) it links to a number of other unsavory things, but I saw a study that claimed that men have an average of 32 sex partners, while women have only eight. Unless we can presume that the 2% or so of men who are homosexual have over 1000 partners apiece, we've got to assume that the average respondent to a survey in these matters is (pardon the pun) lying their pants off, especially when we consider the reality that large portions of the adult population are "slackers" who have been faithful to their spouses.
Now consider research in this area with regards to this methodological debacle. Isn't it scary that people are passing laws based on this "research"? Isn't it scarier that people are earning doctorates in this area based on such obviously flawed work? Isn't it scariest that our kids might have the opportunity to "learn" from such people?
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