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Have emojis changed the world?
Yes, emojis have transformed human relationships.
Emojis define and restrict emotional range in communication
There are a limited number of emojis. Therefore, as people increasingly use them to express emotions, their emotional range becomes defined (and restricted) by available emojis.
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Have emojis changed the world?
Yes, emojis have transformed human relationships.
Emojis have created new brain patterns in humans which help decode meaning
Recognizing symbols is an aspect of the human brain which has now evolved. Humans can correctly identify the intended meaning of ambiguous sentences which are enhanced by emojis for emphasis.
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Have emojis changed the world?
Yes, emojis have transformed human relationships.
People subconsciously judge others based on emoji use
Research shows that people now make assumptions about other people and their personalities, based on their emojis use.
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Why do men cheat on women?
The 'Other Woman' is why men cheat
The "other woman" is liberating herself from men
Women choose to fall into the "other woman" role as an expression of their sexual liberation and freedom to submit to their desires above all else.
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Why do men cheat on women?
The 'Other Woman' is why men cheat
Women lure men away from their partners
Infidelity takes place when a woman chooses to lure a faithful man away from their unsuspecting partners.
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Why do men cheat on women?
Men are born to cheat
Men have biologically evolved to cheat
The genetic distinction between how many children men and women can have, is the key genetic difference at the heart of this debate.
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Why do men cheat on women?
Men are born to cheat
Men prefer younger women
Men are more likely to cheat, because men prefer younger women. The attraction to younger women is backed by scientific evidence.
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Why do men cheat on women?
Men don't cheat because it is a gendered construct
Monogamy is unnatural for men and women
Humans are meant to have multiple partners at any one time. No wonder people end up cheating.
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Why do men cheat on women?
Men don't cheat because it is a gendered construct
Women cheat as much as men
Research shows that rates of female infidelity are increasing, while men are cheating less.
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Why do men cheat on women?
Men don't cheat because it is a gendered construct
Men cheat only in certain situation
There is no single cause for infidelity. Just as every relationship is unique, so are the causes for betrayal.
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Why do men cheat on women?
Men are socialised to cheat
Society conditions men to cheat
Strength. Virility. Bedpost notches. Men are socialised into aspirations of a "male ideal". This can lead to cheating, as a type of performative masculinity.
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Why do men cheat on women?
Men cheat because they are trapped in unhappy relationships
Men are unwilling to sacrifice
Relationship experts claim relationship satisfaction depends on how much a person is willing to sacrifice. And men don't like sacrificing their needs.
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Why do men cheat on women?
Men cheat because they are trapped in unhappy relationships
Men are not satisfied with their partners
There is a significant link between cheating and relationship dissatisfaction.
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Why do men cheat on women?
Psychological factors cause men to cheat
Men fall in love with a "fantasy"
Infidelity begins with lust. This results from a man projecting his own fantasies onto the object of his desire.
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Why do men cheat on women?
Psychological factors cause men to cheat
Men cheat to feel validated
Sexual attraction intensifies when a person feels valued. Men cheat because they feel increasingly validated by the attention of other person.
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This page was last edited on Monday, 26 Oct 2020 at 13:19 UTC