What constitutes cheating?
According to State of Dating in America, a new report released jointly by Christian online dating site ChristianMingle.com and Jewish dating site JDate.com, the definition seems to vary depending on who you ask.
Of the 2,700 U.S. singles surveyed, both genders (95 percent of men and 100 percent of women) agreed that having sex with another person was an act of infidelity — but there wasn’t much else both sexes could agree on. All of the women polled (100 percent) thought that sharing a passionate kiss counted as cheating, but only 86 percent of men felt the same. And though more than 80 percent of women felt that texting or online flirting were unfaithful acts, only 56 percent of men agreed. Men and women also differed when it came to whether or not an emotional relationship constituted as cheating, with 55 percent of men and 77 percent of women deeming emotional connections an infidelity.