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    Three's Company

    During a civil union in Sao Paulo, Brazil, "I dos" were exchanged between a man and a woman...and another woman. According to the BBC, the trio were married by Public Notary Claudia do Nascimento Domingues, who said they deserved family rights, and that there's nothing in Brazilian law that prohibits it. But not everyone agrees: One lawyer described it as "absurd and totally illegal." Although the happy "thruple" have been together for three years and the arrangement is now official, it remains to be seen whether courts and private companies will recognize the union.
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    End of the Affair

    From YourTango

    Are you a firm believer in the old adage: Once a cheater, always a cheater? Or would you be inclined to work things out with your partner if you discovered that he or she was cheating? If you chose the latter, you're not alone. According to a recent survey by online dating site OurTime.com, 42 percent of adults would be willing to reconcile and rebuild their relationship after a significant other was sexually unfaithful.

    Women are a bit more forgiving: 46 percent of female respondents would be willing to repair the relationship, compared with 37 percent of male respondents. And that number gap only increases with age: 53 percent of females age 55 and up felt favorably about working things out, whereas just 35 percent men of that age did.

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    From YourTango Are you a firm believer in the old adage: Once a cheater, always a cheater? Or would...
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    Lovin' in the AM

    Rise and shine takes on a whole new meaning. According to our friends at YourTango, 34 percent of Americans like morning sex best. Sex in the evening came in second with 26 percent preferring it, while the middle of the night appeals to 23 percent. Most impressive though is the 17 percent who like a little mid-day action during the work week. Hey, it sure beats a lunch break run to Subway.
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