Talk about some blurred lines…
Based on the tabloids and their supply channels in primetime, it would seem like cheating and open relationships are on the edge of fashion right now. But regardless of how popular it is in programs like lovers and satisfaction, how do people really feel about these less-than traditional take on happily ever after? A new poll by the USA Network aimed to find out, and the results are not exactly good news for the hopeless romantics out there. Check out some of his amazing ideas following:
Cheating is wrong, unless it does not get tangled
When it comes to cheating, there seems to be a huge double standard. Eighty-two percent of respondents said they have zero tolerance for cheating in their relationships; however, almost exactly the same percentage-81 percent-also said they are deluding themselves if there were zero consequences. Well, to be fair, we would like to do a lot of things if there were zero consequences …
Certain types of deception are a kind of animal
Meanwhile, just over half of people said they believe there is sufficient reason to stray, either driven by extreme unhappiness in a relationship or if infidelity occurs with a favorite celebrity. (Remember that the next time you run into Ryan Gosling at Whole Foods!) Interestingly, most accepted reason to justify the deception was to get back at a partner who was unfaithful first. Since when the two cheating spouses lead to a happy relationship?
Technology Makes Cheating Easier
One thing was very clear in this study, which was that tinder for texting, technology has certainly made it easier and more tempting to cheat, and that 86 percent of respondents confirmed. And just because you start online, that does not mean it will stay there: Only 31 percent admitted to pull away on a “digital but not physical” relationship. If you fear affect Facebook in his faithfulness.
It is (mostly) Harmless to fantasize
So what about those kinds of issues that do not really end up in the bedroom? Is it considered cheating, or are simply fantasies? Interestingly, while 19 percent of men and 13.5 percent of women admitted to having developed romantic by someone they follow online feelings, but do not know in real life, 48 percent of respondents also said he did not feel guilty about fantasizing about someone else. However, the fall of someone outside your relationship is a recipe for disaster.
Monogamy may not be realistic
Most people in the survey agree that monogamy is a “social expectation, but not a biological reality,” while 45 percent of people said that several long-term partners would be more realistic. And interestingly, one in five men prefer a “monogamish” … although we’re not entirely sure what that entails.
But do not let these statistics bum off the grid only surveyed 1,000 people, so it’s possible that not everyone shares these beliefs.
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