Is it just me or do women seem to be prepared to take much more than men when it comes to their partners cheating or their behaviour in general? Most men I talk to are like " no, if she cheated I would not take her back" but with women, it seems to be a different story. Perhaps it is to do with a woman's different ideas towards intimacy, and seperating it fromsex but there seems to be a definate pattern of behaviour by women which allows their partner much more free reign to do them emotional harm. For example, it is pretty deeply engrained into society that men should be out there sewing their wild oats like it is expected of men to behave in a manner which is perhaps detrimental to women, until they settle down, ofcourse. This isn't a view just held by men either but by women aswell. I thought maybe that this said normality seems to give men excuses to have more than one baby's mum etc. When I was coming up I saw this a lot and never got it, because it made women look a bit gullible, and I never associated that word with women, But I grew interested in what drove that gullibilty when It seemed to be blatantly working against them in relationships. When I saw the movie Baby boy with Tyrese I was convinced that it was physical attraction that kept a woman faithful to an unfaithfull man, and I'm inclined to still think it is. But whatever it is, Its strange, and I Never understood it in the light of day.