It's not true that women are primed for monogamy, says Dr Eve

Clinical sexologist Dr Eve says women's infidelity rates are high, if not higher than men's.

Dr Eve explains why the most common beliefs about women, lust, and infidelity are wrong, citing the work of anthropologist and author Dr Wednesday Martin.

It's not true that women are primed for monogamy, says Dr Eve.

Read: Tell me what you want: Study reveals most common sexual fantasies

Dr Martin's work argues that women are wired to be sexually flexible and promiscuous, but they are shamed for their sexual desires.

According to her, the root of female infidelity is about female sexual desire.

Also read: Do you hide your kinks and fantasies? Exploring sexuality authenticity disorder

Dr Eve says research shows that women are becoming more liberated about their desire, sexual fluidity and infidelity.

Dr Eve discussed the changing definitions of cheating, the rise of bi-curiosity among women, and exclusive communities for women's sexuality such as The Skirt Club.

Dr Eve suggests that partners be more aware of a women's sexual needs, low desire and need for novelty to keep things alive.

Read more: An expert guide on 'hotwifing' and 'cuckolding' in the bedroom

It's not true that women are primed for monogamy.

Dr Eve, clinical sexologist

Woman just love sex.

Dr Eve, clinical sexologist

She's saying that women are sexual strategists.

Dr Eve, clinical sexologist

Women are hanging out in women-only spaces and are seeking women to be sexual with.

Dr Eve, clinical sexologist

Dr Eve shared her expert advice and callers shared their personal stories.

Visit Dr Eve's website for more information.

Listen to the Talking Sex feature on The Eusebius McKaiser Show:


Recommended

by NEWSROOM AI
Read More
Are you getting enough sex? Here's the truth about how often other couples do it

Are you getting enough sex? Here's the truth about how often other couples do it

Is there such a thing as too little or too much sex in a relationship? Dr Eve shares findings on the frequency of sex in couples.

Why differently-abled people often struggle with sexuality

Why differently-abled people often struggle with sexuality

Dr Eve explores some of the struggles differently-abled people go through in order to satisfy their sexual pleasures.

'Everyone told me I can't be bi' - experiences of black bisexual men in SA

'Everyone told me I can't be bi' - experiences of black bisexual men in SA

Activist Mpho Ndaba, software developer Kabelo Thwala and photographer Youri Sunguza reflect on living life as bisexual black men.

What have you taught your sons about sex? Sexual ethics 101

What have you taught your sons about sex? Sexual ethics 101

Dr Eve says adults need to first introspect and question their own sexual ethics before teaching young children.

How to stop fertility issues from wrecking your relationship

How to stop fertility issues from wrecking your relationship

Dr Eve says couples must address the conflict and strain that reproductive challenges or infertility can create in relationships.

'My hubby is 75 and we still do it' - stories about sex on the other side of 50

'My hubby is 75 and we still do it' - stories about sex on the other side of 50

Is biology putting the brakes on your sexuality? Callers share their experiences of sex and growing older.

Should we draw the line at sex robots? Dr Eve discusses the complicated ethics

Should we draw the line at sex robots? Dr Eve discusses the complicated ethics

Clinical sexologist Dr Eve says while there is room for sexbots in society, they still raise many social and ethical questions.

Tell me what you want: Study reveals most common sexual fantasies

Tell me what you want: Study reveals most common sexual fantasies

What are your sexual fantasies? Disclosure can bring sexual freedom, but it can also have downsides. A study lists the top trends.

Popular articles
Standard Bank takes on Capitec Bank with low-fee account, gigabytes of free data

Standard Bank takes on Capitec Bank with low-fee account, gigabytes of free data

The account costs R4.95 per month; you get 1GB of free data. Swipe 4 times a month; you get 0.5GB of free data and R50 airtime.

Why your mobile network company may be one of the most hated companies in SA

Why your mobile network company may be one of the most hated companies in SA

MyBroadband editor Jan Vermeulen has penned a scathing column aimed at cellphone companies and their treatment of customers.

 Jacob Zuma back in court today, lawyer plans isiZulu opening statement

Jacob Zuma back in court today, lawyer plans isiZulu opening statement

Tiso Black Star specialist reporter Karyn Maughan discusses the former president's permanent stay of prosecution application.

'History of contempt and pity runs through 100 years of research at SU'

'History of contempt and pity runs through 100 years of research at SU'

Stellenbosch University's Professor Jonathan Jansen describes universities' research history of racial tropes over past 100 years.

'It is very clear that Ramaphosa is under attack from Magashule and others'

'It is very clear that Ramaphosa is under attack from Magashule and others'

News24 editor-in-chief Adriaan Basson says there is a definite fight back from the ANC secretary-general against the president.

Schwarzenegger urges public not to give Sandton 'fan' the attention he craves

Schwarzenegger urges public not to give Sandton 'fan' the attention he craves

A video of a young man kicking actor and former US governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in the back on Saturday in Joburg went viral.

Heavy rains heading for Cape Town late Sunday night

Heavy rains heading for Cape Town late Sunday night

SA Weather Services has forecast a cold front landing in the Western Cape late on Sunday night into Monday morning.