CBS Connecticut

ITHACA, N.Y. (CBS Connecticut) – A new study finds that women are wary of others who sleep around.

According to Cornell University researchers, college-aged women judge their promiscuous female peers more negatively than they do chaste women, to the point where they view the former group as unsuitable for friendship.

Promiscuous females were defined by researchers as those who have had at least 20 sexual partners by their early twenties.

Even the participants who had a more liberal attitude towards casual sex or a high number of lovers still preferred having less sexually active women as friends.

Men showed similar leanings in regards to friendships with sexually experienced men, according to the study – though the hesitation in that regard was said to be caused by seeing promiscuous men as a threat.

Lead author Zhana Vrangalova, a graduate student in the field of human development in the College of Human…

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