Researchers Map The Sexual Network Of An Entire High School
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Interesting. There are a number of interesting observations to be made.
I was going to leave that to your imagination, an exercise to the reader... However, since you were so bold as to ask:
There are many cases of f->2+m while very few cases of m->2f. The few cases of f->3+m are mostly in independent groups with few members and no connection to the common group. The few cases of m->3+f are all in the common group, acting as hubs, with half of the females having no other partners. I only see one f<->f and no m<->m, likely a self-reporting limitation.
That had not occurred to me. So the data is incomplete or inconclusive. But still makes you think.