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Novels, which were intended to show unfiltered middle-class life in everyday prose instead of fakey verse, drove women to promiscuity by representing their feelings so exactly.
During the Reagan, Bush, and Clinton years, fears of drugs, promiscuity, and disorder led school administrators to devise new methods for surveilling school bathrooms.
Even creatures prone to promiscuity, like rats, are often primed to revisit their first pleasure-inducing partner, according to a 2015 study co-authored by Pfaus.
Bisexuals sometimes get an unwarranted reputation for promiscuity, says D’Allaird.
The drug became an almost instant success around the world, although many criticized Ehrlich for creating a chemical that might encourage promiscuity.
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