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Nov 16, 2016 8:28 AM

Women apparently cheat on their men who don't help with chores


Men who don't hold their weight when it comes to house chores are much more likely to be cheated on in a marriage, a recent study shows.

A poll from 10,000 women subscribed to Gleeden – a site created for married people to go be unfaithful – suggests that the best way to a woman's heart (and loyalty) is by mopping the floor and putting away your dishes.

With the information collected in a France study, over 73 percent of the website members polled claimed that they were driven to infidelity because they wanted their other half to participate more in everyday household chores.

Over 80 percent of women reported that they were "deeply frustrated" by their man's tendency to avoid housework, and that it caused arguments in the relationship.

This study may have been conducted in France, but what do American women think? Take our poll here.

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