Bill in the news:

The old saw about a young man sowing his oats before settling down now seems quaint, if not altogether stupid. Why should anyone put a stop clock on sowing oats? Just as important, why shouldn’t women ditch the clock as well? To top things off, why should marriage act as a brake on sowing oats with other partners?

That’s one of the take-aways from a lengthy New York Times Magazine article, “Is an Open Marriage a Happier Marriage?” Written by Susan Dominus, a staff writer for the magazine, the piece draws on anecdotes from more than 50 persons who live in open marriages, arrangements where cheating is the norm. It is available online and will appear in print on May 14, the Times’ Mother’s Day gift. READ MORE HERE.

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