Wealth, Danger And Other Factors Can Change Your Preference For Long-Term Or Casual Relationships
Andrew Thomas, 24 Jan 18
       

Meant to be? Maybe not… Anotonio Guillem/Shutterstock

Do you prefer vanilla ice cream or mint chocolate? Chances are you prefer one over the other, but liking one doesn’t necessarily rule the other out. Even the most die-hard vanilla fans might be tempted to try a new brand of mint chocolate if the circumstances are right.

Could relationship preferences be the same? While men and women typically seek long-term partners, the prevalence of one night stands, affairs and “friends with benefits” arrangements suggest that humans also have a taste for casual sex.

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