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Most men tend to be unfaithful because they think they can get away with it.
Manila A committee of the House of Representatives has approved a Bill that imposes equal punishment for married men and women who are found to be unfaithful to their espouses.
And men were more than twice as likely to be unfaithful as women.
Keep away from situations where you'll be tempted to be unfaithful in reality.
I do seem to be unfaithful and not regard it as any kind of sin" - Janet Street-Porter, the broadcasting pundit.
Ninety-two per cent of people in Wales who are in relationships think it is more acceptable to be unfaithful to a partner today than it was 20 years ago.
Many might be unfaithful because they're not in a committed relationship.
Similarly, while masturbating to orgasm in the presence of another was considered to be having sex by less than 4% of participants, 34% reported that this behaviour was sufficient to consider that persona sexual partner and 95% considered it to be unfaithful.
Men are slightly more likely to be unfaithful with their cards, according to the poll, with Londoners the worst culprits and East Anglians the least.
I have told him I am not happy about it in view of his past record, but he assures me he loves me very much and won't be unfaithful.
I feel if he had to be unfaithful, he should at the very least have had the decency to use protection.
She gets angry when I talk to other women and constantly worries I am going to be unfaithful to her.