Study: 1 out of 5 men think kissing someone else is not cheating

Here's another interesting study that husbands and wife will be fighting over. It’s exposing what men really think about cheating.

A study out of Scotland revealed that 19 percent of men believe "passionately kissing" someone other than their partner is acceptable behavior. Meanwhile, just 9 percent of women think kissing another person would not be a deal-breaker.

Yet research found 66 percent of all couples felt they could not survive if their partner was cheating on them.

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