Gen seXless

by Paul Cullen, Ph.D. on May 25, 2013

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This post is about sexless or low-sex relationships. Perhaps you live in one or are just curious, like myself, about how this phenomenon has come about. I have observed that this is particularly prevalent, although by no means exclusively so, with the younger members of Generation X, hence the title “Gen seXless”.  Continue Reading…

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