[POLL] Cheating: Does The ‘How’ Make A Difference?
It seems so appropriate for Bandeka to showcase ‘Why Men Cheat?’ on PillowTalk this week. If you haven’t already, MAKE SURE TO GO TO THE SITE (www.bandeka.com) and check out some of the honest responses we received from men over the last month.
I saw two stories yesterday that were really interesting. First, Demi Moore is divorcing Ashton Kutcher after allegations of cheating. Ashton continues to maintain his innocence, but I wonder whether cheating is defined the same between the two parties. Not saying that this is the case here, but sometimes men and women have different definitions of cheating.
The second story that I saw was Shaq discussing his infidelity during his marriage to Shaunie O’Neil. The two were married for seven years, and in regards to his cheating he said:
“In my mind, I never did it disrespectfully…”
This goes right back to my post earlier this week. Is there a respectful way to cheat? What is it about the way in which someone cheats that makes it better or worse? I really want to know what you all think. Take our poll below!
UPDATE: Not that I have anything against Kat Von D, but I wanted to make a quick observation from this article about cheating. For those of you that don’t know, Kat Von D recently broke off her engagement to Jesse James (previously married to Sandra Bullock, and cheated on her too). This article talks about Kat’s realization that some men won’t ever change (James allegedly cheated on Von D with 19 women). And to put it in her words:
“There was a time when I was confident and excited at proving the world wrong, because I believed so deeply in people’s ability to change for the better.”
Perhaps HIS is an example of cheating disrespectfully????
ALSO, If you have yet to see Bandeka’s feature on CP-Africa this week- check it out, retweet it, and share it with your facebook friends! http://www.cp-africa.com/2011/11/17/invitation-only-dating-by-bandeka-com-talking-with-co-founder-tunde-kehinde/