Study Says That Women Cheat On Men Who Don’t Do Chores, But There’s A Big Problem With That Biased Research
There is a French study that states that women are more likely to cheat on men who don’t do their fair share of household chores. Gleedon, a top site for married and unfaithful people, surveyed 10,000 female subscribers and 73& of them claimed that they were unfaithful to their partners because their man didn’t vacuum enough or do other household chores. Of the participants, 86% said they were deeply frustrated by their man’s tendency to avoid housework and 84% stated that it caused arguments.
Is this knowledge a breakthrough for men to save their relationship? Or is this a clever ruse by women to use propaganda to get men to do more work around the house? Men should totally do their fair share of work around the house and so should women. However, household chores are not the end-all-be-all of duties around the house. The research only asked about household chores such as vacuuming and scrubbing the toilet. But that doesn’t include other projects such as powerwashing the deck or finishing a basement or changing the oil on a car.
This research is biased and exploits just one facet of a relationship. We need to do more research that broadens the reasons for infidelity. Why don’t we have more studies that examine other causes of cheating. Where is the scientific study that says,”Men Are Less Likely To Cheat On Women Who Kill Spiders And Don’t Run Out Of The Room In A Panic, Screaming For Their Man To Exterminate The Insect.” Where is the scientific study that says, “Men Are Less Likely To Cheat On Women Who Give Them Generous Amounts Of Oral Treats.” Or where is the scientific study that says, “Men Are Less Likely To Cheat On Women Who Watch All Of The Star Wars Movies In Chronological Order.” Where is the scientific study that says, “Men Are Less Likely To Cheat On Women Who Play Battlefield 1 With Their Man.” Where is the study that says, “Men Are Less Likely To Cheat On Women Who Clean The Gutters On The Roof.” The lack of these paramount studies seems sexist.