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.
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.
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.
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.
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