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accepted adultery American attitudes became become behavior bride bride-price Cathar century ceremony child Christian Church civil concubine consent considered couple courtly love courtship daughter desire Despite divorce dowry E. S. Turner economic Ellis emotional England equal exogamy extramarital fact factors father favor female free love freedom Freud girl groom group marriage hand happy homosexual husband and wife Ibid incest incest taboo individual inferior influence interaction intercourse interpersonal interpersonal relationships involved Japanese Kinsey lady less living Lord lover Luther male marital choice married matriarchy matrimony monogamy moral Mormons mother nature never Noyes orgasm parents partner passion patriarchal percent person physical polygyny position premarital prostitutes reason regarding relationship religious role Roman sensual sexual sexual intercourse social society Soviet spiritual spouse status swingers taboo traditional troubadour Victorian virginity wedding widow wives woman women young