Alicia Walker, a sociologist at Missouri State University conducted research using the input she received from almost four dozen women who shared the reasons for their infidelity.
The debate over the differences in the reasons why men and women cheat has gone on for ages during society’s destructive “Battle of the Sexes.”
However, a book was written by a woman who is a university-certified sociologist, which was based on statistical proof about a small sample size of women that shared why they have been unfaithful to the men in their lives. This sociologist is Alicia Walker of the University of Missouri.
Walker’s book is titled The Secret Life of the Cheating Wife: Power, Pragmatism, and Pleasure in Women’s Infidelity. In the process of writing her book, Walker relied on the feedback she received from 46 female subjects, all of whom disclosed explanations behind the infidelities they committed against the men in their lives.