Woman Who Had Affairs With Over 100 Married Men Says There’s A Cheating Gene
Yeah, another example of how conservative Christians are wrong that marriage makes a person more godly, ethical, mature, and less prone to sexually sin.
A serial mistress, who claims to have had affairs with more than 100 married men, believes there’s such a thing as a ‘cheating gene’ that runs in families
Are we more likely to cheat on our partners if our parents were unfaithful?
According to the results of a new study, this appears to be the case for two-thirds of women whose mothers had affairs.
Around a third of participants (32 percent) said they felt their mother’s infidelities had given them “permission” to stray, because the behaviour runs in the family and would not come as a surprise.
Men were also found to be more likely to cheat if their fathers had done so, but not to quite the same extent as women.
Just over half of unfaithful men (52 percent) said their dads had cheated.
This has led researchers over at illicitencounters, who conducted the survey, to suggest there may be a “cheating gene” which runs in families.
And there’s one woman who definitely believes it exists.
Gweneth Lee, claims to have had affairs with more than 100 married men over the last decade – three quarters of whom had parents who had cheated.
The 47-year-old from Chelsea, West London, said: “Cheating runs in the family.
“Sons or daughters of cheats fear the disapproval of their parents far less because they know they have been unfaithful too.
….”Another of my lovers is a guy in his 30s whose parents were both unfaithful throughout his teenage years and while he was at university. It suited them to stay together while seeing other people.
“He is married and cannot stay faithful. He said that the idea of sticking with one person for 50 years seemed pretty boring after he had seen how much fun his parents were having. His wife has cheated on him, too – and both her parents were adulterers. I guess cheats attract other cheats – so they both know what to expect.”