29 Jan '11, 6am

1 out of 2 US men okay with girl-on-girl cheating

Half of men in the United States would forgive their female partner's infidelity, as long as it was with another woman, according to a new study on cheating. Women, however, were less likely to forgive and forget if their boyfriend had been with another man, according to the University of Texas at Austin study published this month in the journal Personality and Individual Differences. Researchers asked 718 college students to imagine being in a long-term relationship and what their reactions would be to several different cheating scenarios. Overall, 50 per cent of men would likely continue a relationship with a woman who had a dalliance with another woman, while only 22 per cent said they could forgive betrayal with another man. For women, 28 per cent said they would stick with their man if he fooled around with another woman but only 21 per cent said they would if he chea...

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