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  1. Female infidelity can perform social functions:

    • dissatisfaction with the current partner and finding a more suitable partner for procreation

    • take a privileged position in the group

    • win the competition

    This does not take into account possible personal motives for infidelity.

    Each case should be considered separately and only the person himself can answer the question of what function treason has for someone.

    Status in the group may be one of the motives for infidelity, but it is always based on personal feelings about the absence of this status.

    You also have personal experiences that led you to Q and motivated you to write this question.

  2. Female infidelity is most often a pathology, a social disease.

    The essence of passions most often lies in the fact that by constant infidelities, such a person satisfies a chronic hunger for attention from a parent. And each new sexual contact for her is a sign of its significance and necessity, an attempt to close the old children's gestalt with something.

    “Female infidelity” is most often a pathology, a social disease, a consequence of the illness of one of the parents, which leads to self-harming behavior and interruption of the ancestral line.

  3. Treason, betrayal-always bad. Human weakness – passion-can serve as an excuse. But no social status can justify it. Then it will still be a shame. Pushkin had hundreds of hobbies, but after giving birth to 4 children, he wrote at the end of the novel:

    “I love you, no need to lie. But I am given to another and I will be faithful to him forever.”

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