She says: Why I'm cheating

All Woman

Usually men are the ones who are branded as “cheats” and “unfaithful”, but in today's world more women have entered the competition for these titles.

Whether it's a form of empowerment, where they are no longer holding back on getting the most out of life, to hell with what anyone says, or whatever the reason, we're finding more women coming out with their cheating secrets, like the ones below.

Koko:

I cheated on my man because I got bored. The sex was so-so and yes, he took care of me, but I wanted some excitement and he was just plain boring. I could predict his very words and moans and it was lame, so I cheated and I don't regret it. I'm still doing it and he has no clue. It is just about the sex though, because I do love my man.

Krysie:

I have done things outside my marriage that have caused me further complications. Right now my husband is living with his side-chick and I am lost because my guy on the side, well I am falling in love with him, and my husband wants to work through our marital issues. My life is complicated all because of sex.

Janet:

I cheated on my man because he was mean. I love him because he's hot and we look good together, but him ever bruk and nuh have no money, so mi get a man pon di side.

Carole:

I cheat yes, because men cheat. Mi nah mek nuh bwoy style mi.

JN:

I have cheated with my man's friend and we're still doing things. I feel so ashamed about it but he excites me. But I just cannot let go of my man because I am scared he will do something drastic should he find out.

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