New Study Finds Women Cheat with More Partners

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  • A new study reveals that women are more likely to cheat with more partners than men.

    The study conducted by the UK Adultery Survey found that women who cheat have an average of 2.3 lovers while men who cheat average 1.8 lovers.

    Researchers also found that men are more likely to consider cheating six years into a relationship while women produce cheating thoughts within the first five years. Women also are more likely to cheat at a younger age than men. On average, women typically cheat at age 37 while men consider cheating at age 42.  

    Interestingly, the study findings showed that partners who became aware of their spouse’s cheating were likely to ask for a divorce.

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    One thought on “New Study Finds Women Cheat with More Partners

    1. This is bullshit:

      Dr. Mady Pinkus, a clinical social worker believes that women most often cheat to find emotional validation outside of their current relationship.
      “That is why you see more women falling in love with their secret lovers, because they develop an emotional attachment to this person that makes them feel special, whereas men often cheat out of dissatisfaction or boredom with their home or sex life” Mady said.

      the truth is women cheat for sex, big time. The problem is only that women do not own this reason, so they tell themselves that it’s got to do with love. For this reason, when the woman cheats the marriage is usually over because she believes that it’s love. So the reason really are the same.

      I am sick and tired of this pandering to women as more “emotional” higher reasons for cheating (and blaming it on their husband). Women cheat, and more, because they can.

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