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Let’s imagine that you’re in a relationship with someone you really
dig: They’re witty, wise beyond their years and well-versed in the ways
The sexual revolution of the 1960s and ’70s was a global phenomenon
that changed the way women and men, heterosexual and homosexual, live.
But those changes were not welcomed by everyone, and some people are
still, even today, fighting against the changes that took place in
attitudes toward sex.
We asked over 5,000 of our readers in 10 countries about their sexual habits, thoughts, dreams and taboos.