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Regardless of whether or not men are driven by an evolutionary need to experience variety in sexual partners, I believe it is rather convenient (and even insulting to men) to say that they are perhaps not at fault for their extramarital affairs. Humans are an evolved species capable of higher reasoning and the ability to override impulses. I'm not saying its easy, but saying a man might not be at fault for an affair is like saying someone is not at fault for eating the candy and junkfood that made them fat. After all, are we not driven by a biological need to seek out fatty foods?
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