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"Despite this broad social disapproval of infidelity, however, married women are cheating more today than they once did. Earlier this month, NORC's General Social Survey revealed that the percentage of married women having affairs jumped to 14.7 percent in 2010--a nearly 40 percent increase in 20 years. As roughly one in five husbands cheat, the sexes are almost evenly matched. This isn't incredibly surprising. "Female infidelity is linked to cultural change," Ashley Madison CEO Noel Biderman told Bloomberg, noting the narrowing infidelity gap between men and women. Hanna Rosin echoed this sentiment at the Wall Street Journal, suggesting that it is simply a matter of time before women in positions of power catch up to male politicians in adultery scandals."

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