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New Survey by and Reveals Men and Womens Opposing Attitudes Towards Cheats

As the office party looms should you worry about your partner's fidelity? A new survey reveals what men and women really feel about cheats. The results highlight the opposing views of Men and Women regardless of age and sexuality.

London, United Kingdom, December 23, 2009 --( A series of studies carried out by and highlights that when it comes to trusting cheats, men and women simply can't agree.

Members of the free dating website were asked: Once a cheat, always a cheat? 64% of women surveyed 'definitely' agreed with the statement compared with only 45% of men.

Interestingly, the results showed that men were more likely to forgive and forget with 36% of men responding, 'People make mistakes', whilst less than a quarter of women agreed with the statement. It is debatable whether men are speaking from experience, or whether they truly are more forgiving than women.

It would also appear that age and sexuality bare no significant effect on the male perspective. Results from the free gay chat website paralleled that of Smooch; 40% of gay men 'definitely' believed that once a cheat, always a cheat.

Additional breakdowns revealed:

People with a PhD (67%) are almost twice as likely to respond 'Definitely' than those with a Masters Degree (34%).

Unsurprisingly, divorcees (59%) are less forgiving than those who are married (29%).

People in a relationship (19%) are nearly 4 times as likely to choose 'It's only cheating if you get caught' than single respondents (5%).

The starsign Cancer is least forgiving with 64% choosing 'Definitely' whilst the most forgiving starsign is Gemini with 34% choosing 'People make mistakes'.

Media Contact:
Lee Martin
PR Manager
Tel: 020 8988 6796

Research: polled 2,040 members and polled 1,998 members over a 24 hour period. Detailed statistics & breakdowns available on request.

About Smooch and ManCentral:
Established in 2007, is the UK’s fastest growing dating website. It has all the features of expensive dating sites but is completely free to join and to contact all members. It has 450,000 active members with around 1000 new members joining every day. was featured in the Times Business supplement and in The Economist in 2009. was launched in 2008 and has over 128,000 members, primarily from the UK and Ireland. The site allows gay, bisexual and curious men to join, create an online profile and contact other members of the site for free. Users of the site have free access to the forums, chat room, instant messenger and email features.

Contact Information
Lee Martin
(+44) 020 8988 6796

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