Source: Archives of Sexual Behavior
Contributors: Parsons et al. 2013
Topic: Mental Health/Health, Research Studies
The researchers examined the psychological and behavioral impact of same-sex relationships on the health of gay and bisexual men who identified as single or in monogamous, “monogamish,” or open relationships. The authors found that being in same-sex monogamous or monogamish relationships had psychological, behavioral, and sexual health benefits compared to being single or in open relationships.kaiswer These findings suggested that varying forms of non-monogamy should be explored for their relevance to health behaviors.