عنوان مقاله [English]
In recent years, an important issue that has been promoted in the discussion of responding to the sexual needs of men and women is the relationship, which not only does not have a legal, religious and customary status in Iran, but also leads to many problems. This study tries to address the motivations and consequences of this new style of relationship. The present study was conducted using the data method of the foundation (Strauss and Corbin), through interviews with 17 people who entered into the hembinic relationship. After coding the data, 11 central categories of desire for individualism, unsuccessful emotional experience, doubts and fears, familiarity with the new style of relationship, the extent of damage and problems within the source family, insecure economic conditions, secrecy, denial of harm, feeling insecure, Individual isolation and deep separation with family were extracted. Social regression was also selected as the main category of the study.
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