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One study published today by the University of California, Los Angeles Center on Behavior, Culture, and Evolution and the University of New Mexico says women have evolved to cheat on their mates during the most fertile part of their cycle, but only when those mates are less sexually attractive than other men.
Originally posted by Juggernutty
reply to post by Tangled4u
Oh, i found the issue...Registered: 22-8-2011 - she will be gone in a few days....
Steps to recovery:
1. dig a giant hole in the back yard
2. build bunker in said hole
3. forge a new tin foil hat
4. hide out for 6-8 months
5. begin dating again....should be fine by thenedit on 23-8-2011 by Juggernutty because: (no reason given)
WOMEN are now more likely to cheat than men, a survey reveals.
One in five said they would "definitely" have an affair if they fell for another bloke. In contrast, just nine per cent of fellas were certain they would betray their partner. The study of 3,000 people has for the first time exposed girls as the bigger love rats.
Nearly a quarter of single girls said they would consider a fling with a married man or one in a steady relationship. Only 12 per cent of single men would try to bed a married woman or one in a long-term relationship, according to the poll for matchmakers Coffee and Company.
There were three university studies cited, one by the Manchester Metropolitan University in the UK, one at the University of New Mexico, and one at the University of California. I could probably find more if you really wanted me to.
Originally posted by nixie_nox
reply to post by Nosred
Ok, three studies don't mean anything.
And your misrepresenting the study. It says that women cheat at certain parts of their cycle, in other words, if women were gonna cheat,t hey do it more at this particular time.
It doesnt mean that all women do.
As for the divorce statistic, your randomly throwing that in there and it has nothing to do with cheating.
why dont you also add the statistics that women buy farm more relationship books then men, and that women seek marriage counseling at much higher rates then men.
Because women are far more concernced with their marriage then men are.
Originally posted by Unvarnished
But men def cheat more though lol.