If a partner cheats, who’s more likely to leave?

If a partner cheats, who's more likely to leave?
It depends on who they’ve had sex with.

A study found that women are more likely to leave a man if the man’s had a homosexual affair, while men are more likely to leave if a woman’s had a heterosexual affair.

So a woman cheating with a woman is less risky for the relationship than a woman cheating with a man.

And a man cheating with a woman is less risky for the relationship than a man cheating with a man.

This may confirm Darwinian theories which suggest that men fear infidelity because it might lead to a partner carrying another man’s child, while women worry that a man preferring another man is more likely to lead to her being abandoned and unable to successfully raise the children.

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