Are Women Programmed to Be Unfaithful? The Research Shows Why Women Cheat!


New results from the University of Texas have shown that women cheat when their partner disappoints them in some important aspect.

Although men are “known” as a gender that often cheats, research has shown that this is not exactly the case. Women are more prone to adultery but they cheat for completely different reasons.

While men cheat “out of boredom,” increased sexual needs, or simply because they have a chance, women often cheat when a partner stops meeting their expectations.

New results from the University of Texas have shown that women are cheating on their partners when they become disappointed in them, looking for a better, more successful, powerful partner … and that they are supposedly “programmed” to do so because of – evolution!

Namely, through history, many bad things could have happened to men. Especially in ancient times when they could have been killed very easily or seriously injured in a war, some duel, or hunting, and died, in which case his wife and descendants would remain without protection and income. In this case, they had to manage by any means necessary, which also included a quick turn to a new candidate.

Although many women today are no longer dependent on men in any way, obviously somewhere deep in their subconscious, some still have a fear for their existence manifesting it through a search, for powerful and successful men, or at least those who leave such an impression.

Although we know all that the first impression is often considered as plain cheating, right?

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