There are very few double standards that benefit women, but cheating is most certainly one of them. While men are read for filth whenever they step outside of their relationship or marriage, women often get nothing more than a proverbial slap on the wrist — if that — when they tip toe into someone else’s bed. There are a myriad of reasons for the cheating pass, so to speak, women have been afforded, and in this episode of Listen to Black Women, we’re diving into all of them and asking if they’re really deserved. Watch and weigh in.
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