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The Internet has drastically changed the ways individuals interact and connect sexually.
While there has been ificant research on online sexual activities among persons from various populations, little investigation has been done into the behaviors and marital adjustment of self-identified gay and bisexual heterosexually married men. In this article, the of self-identified gay and bisexual heterosexually married men who use Internet-based chat rooms are presented.
The types of online sexual behaviors and face-to-face sexual behaviors are discussed, the relationship between marital adjustment and sexual orientation is investigated, and predictors of marital adjustment are provided. Recommended articles lists articles that we recommend and is powered by our AI driven recommendation engine.
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