The science of affairs: Experts explain why men and women often have different reasons for cheating

The reasons for cheating are complicated, and the waters are muddied further because not everyone defines cheating in the same way. 
For example, more than a third of Brits don't think that sexting another person while they are in a relationship is cheating.
This is according to new research from law firm Slater and Gordon who also found that 34 per cent of men considered sexting to be cheating, compared to 49 per cent of women. 
This gender divide is rooted in evolutionary difference between what men and women really want, according to experts speaking to MailOnline. 
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4 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 32
Source: Daily Mail

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