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He admires this “rational choice”, forced upon the poor chaps because when they try honestly to explain to their partners that they fancy a bit of strange on the side but still want the relationship, they often get an unsympathetic hearing. He describes cheaters as merely “rectifying the monogamy gap”.
He tries here to persuade all those women upset to find they have been cheated that “it is important to realise that his cheating was realistic proof he loved you”. Most of this argument is just raw assertion, supplemented by anecdote, but he has also undertaken some research, albeit of a shamelessly unrepresentative kind, by interviewing 120 male students, half of them jocks, his own special interest.
but also by how much debt they carried, how much financial assistance they could expect from their parents, their social networks, and their financial prospects.”But in the process, they began to notice that the women’s attitudes about sex were also influenced by their families’ incomes.
“We saw working class girls walk out of their dorms to visit boys, and the privileged girls would say, ‘why are you wearing that?
’", economic inequality drove many of the differences in the ways the women talked about appropriate sexual behavior.
Eric Anderson is a gay American sociologist at the University of Winchester who has previously written mostly about sport and homophobia.
Here he presents an argument that monogamy is oppressive to men, both gay and straight — he has no interest in women and nothing whatsoever to say about them — because nobody can maintain any real sexual interest in a single partner for any length of time.
A spattering of hardcore feminist activists were present.