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Sex-mad youngsters look for open relationships on Hinge to enjoy more steamy romps

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Sex-mad British people are entering open relationships in order to have more romps.

According to research, “Generation-Z” daters between the ages of 18 and 24 dislike “sexual exclusivity” and are open to becoming “relationship anarchists.”

Given how fluid our culture is, Logan Ury, director of relationship science at dating app Hinge, which commissioned the survey, stated: “This shouldn’t come as a surprise.Couple embracing

“Over the last few years, we’ve seen almost every element of dating and relationships evolve.

“Daters are pushing back against traditional views of gender, sexual orientation and partnership.

“Instead of a one-size-fits-all approach, people want to create a relationship structure that works for them, depending on where they are in their lives.

“More people are seeking non-monogamous relationships – in which both partners agree to not be exclusive.”

Logan also claimed people in open relationships are just as happy as those in traditional partnerships.

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She added: “As more couples look to different kinds of relationships, research has found non-monogamous relationships are just as satisfying, committed, passionate – and slightly more trusting – than monogamous relationships.

Successful non-monogamous relationships are based on communication and trust, much like monogamous ones.

A broad term used to describe non-exclusivity, non-monogamy includes those who are neither romantically or sexually exclusive with a single partner.

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According to research released last month, people who are financially strapped are increasingly willing to disclose it before going on a date, and a third believe it is acceptable to discuss finances when beginning a relationship.

Additionally, it was shown that 42% of people in the 18 to 34 age range would rather go on a cheap date like a stroll than spend money on items like a lunch.

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