Some countries believe that marriage infidelity is perfectly okay


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Marriage infidelity is not something to take lightly – at least, that’s the message that family, friends, church, the media, and other societal observations have forced upon us.

Many stories have been told of how cheating can ruin lives.

But maybe that’s not always the case, depending on where you live and how you’ve been brought up.

The Indian Tycoon's Marriage Deal
The Indian Tycoon’s Marriage Deal

According to a recent survey by “dating” website ASHLEY MADISON, some countries are less hung up about marital infidelity than others.

Case in point: INDIA.

Here’s what THE SURVEY RESULTS HAD TO SAY ABOUT CHEATING IN INDIA:

  • 76% of Indian Women, 61% of Indian Men feel that infidelity is not a sin and is not immoral
  • 81% of men surveyed and 68% of women surveyed said that cheating had a “positive impact” on their marriage

If it matters, 80% of those surveyed were in arranged marriages.

So why did they cheat?  48% of the women surveyed wanted something a bit more intimate than what they were getting at home.  For 36% of the men, it was the same.

92% of the women in the survey said that their affair was never caught.