We know the age-old arguments about the differences of sexual proclivity between the genders, but did you know that all might be a fallacy?
For example, it’s always been implied that men can sleep with a country and be considered gods among the species.
But for a woman to do so would prompt questions like, “Have you gone to the clinic to make sure your vagina hasn’t fallen out yet?”
Apparently, science has indicated that gender plays absolutely no role when it comes to cheating on your spouse or significant other.
Joris Lammers and his group of researchers have discovered that promiscuity and infidelity have nothing to do with gender, but instead, power.
Is it too late for me to make another Anthony Weiner joke?
In a recent study, Lammers and his team surveyed 1561 men and women in non-management, management, middle management, and top management positions.
They found that both men and women in top management positions were more confident and therefore more likely to be unfaithful due to a strong link between power and unfaithfulness.
In explaining the correlation between gender, power and infidelity, Lammer stated, “People often assume that powerful men may be more likely to cheat because they have risk-taking personalities or because of distance, such as frequent business trips that many powerful people go on. We found little correlation between either of the two.”
The glass ceiling has finally been shattered.