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A headline in today's New York Daily News captured my attention: Do Women Cheat More Than Men?
"When it comes to cheating, gals aren't just as bad as the guys--they're worse," writes Robert Dominquez, but he hastens to add that this conclusion was reached in a study of 3,000 adults conducted by Opera North, a London company, to hype the opening of its new season with Mozart's "Cosi Fan Tutti". Translation: "All women are like that."
For the record, most studies conducted by universities aren't nearly that large, but are often presented in the media as serious (and conclusive) research. Remember: every study or poll, unless conducted under rigorous scientific protocol, is a snapshot. Some photos are more interesting than others. This one is hot, Babes.
Increasingly, polls and surveys are showing that women equal or beat men in the adultery department. Why? Maybe women are finally telling the truth. For decades, reported male philandering so outpaced the feminine activity that pollsters wondered: Who is doing it with these men?
From the London Daily Telegraph's article: Women more likely to have an affair than men:
"If you think men are more likely to have an affair, do think again, for a survey has revealed it's the fair sex who are more likely to have a fling."
- Two-fifths of women admitted to having cheated on their partners while only three in ten men did.
- 55% percent of women said they did it because they loved the attention from men.
- More than a third said their "indiscretion" happened by "accident" because their flirting "got out of hand."
- A fifth admitted they got "a thrill" out of cheating--and would do it again.
- One in four said they "couldn't resist a man in uniform."
The women also said they were most likely to cheat when feeling "a bit bored" in a relationship and/or have had "too much to drink."
The Daily News has a little poll in their online article:
Question: Do women cheat more than men?
Yes, guys get the bad rap but ladies are the ones with the wandering eyes.
No way. The men in the survey just weren't being honest.
It was 67% Yes to 33% No when I took the poll a few minutes ago. What do you think?
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