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Only now, whether it’s on , the references are becoming more abundant, graphic, trivial, and even boring.If this decade is seeing the rise of the threesome, either we’re becoming more indulgent to our fantasies or we’re just much more honest with ourselves.
And in a 2010 survey conducted by of more than 100,000 men and women, it was found that less than 10 percent of women confirmed they had a threesome.
It all sounds very Middle America, until you know the rest of the story. So Block, who says she is bisexual, broached the topic of open marriage with her husband. He isn't pursuing another relationship himself at this time, although he knows he is free to.
Although Block and her husband, Christopher (not his real name), have been married for nearly 11 years, Jemma (not her real name) is Block's other love. "All that's going on here is feeling open to loving other people," says Block, 37, whose book, Open: Love, Sex, and Life in an Open Marriage, is due out in June 2008.
Among the findings was that 1 out of 5, or 20 percent, of men and women have had a threesome.
That stat may seem mighty high, especially in the light of more conservative statistics from the past.