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# Infidelity

All time
# Court Case
Catholic group fails to shut down 'immoral' infidelity dating site
The site called its court win a “victory of freedom of speech over religious bigotry”.
# everybody cheats
Rudy Giuliani says "everybody" cheats on their spouse
“I confess those things to my priest”.
# Infidelity
Trump says Bill Clinton is 'the worst abuser of women in the history of politics'
He also defended himself as a great supporter of women, except for Rosie O’Donnell.
# Cheaters
These are the countries that care most and least about cheating
It’s really not that big a deal in France.
# Cheaters
'Consider how expensive a divorce lawyer is': The blackmail of Ashley Madison users has begun
Emails have been sent to users threatening to reveal their details to their families unless they sent some bitcoins.
# Your Wife
It is illegal to have an affair in South Korea. But this website is offering them anyway
“Life is Short. Have an Affair,” says
Column: Infidelity is an intimate betrayal and dealing with it is a complex process
Why do people cheat? And why does someone stay in a relationship after being betrayed, ridiculed and humiliated? Counsellor Tony Moore explains that dealing with infidelity is an extremely complex and personal thing.
# your cheatin' heart
How cheated-on spouses get their public revenge
If you’re going to do the dirt you better be prepared for everyone to know about it.
# Marriage
Increased demand for marriage counselling as financial difficulties rise
Levels of stress and anxiety remained high among couples using ACCORD’s counselling service last year.
# Research
Infidelity is a major cause of Africa's HIV epidemic - study
The study found that up to two thirds of all new HIV infections among men in stable partnerships are caused by one partner being unfaithful.
Column: How to stop the work Christmas party ending in disaster
Ill-advised smooch with a colleague? Candid chat with the boss? They’re all too common – but both can be avoided, writes Lisa O’Hara.
Column: Can a relationship really survive if someone is unfaithful?
Like a car crash, an infidelity causes trauma, writes Lisa O’Hara. Is it possible to get past that?
# Sex
Sex? Yes please, we're Irish
New survey says that Irish people are having more sex compared to last year – but nearly 16 per cent surveyed were unfaithful.
# heartbreakers
Two in five Irish people have been unfaithful
New RTÉ gameshow tonight will expose Irish attitudes on everything from breaking up by text to ‘stealing’ from the Trócaire box…
# Cheating
Women believe deep-voiced men are more likely to cheat
Study shows that tone of voice may signal higher risk of infidelity.