The Surprising Link Between Cheating & STDs

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A new study reveals that many cheaters get drunk and then have condom-less sex. Yikes!

Much like a serious illness, cheating is often betrayed by unsightly symptoms. Common ailments include: Shifty eyes, lipstick on the collar, the scent of another woman's (or man's) musk and, of course, STDs.

Yes, I just said STDs.

A new study revealed that unfaithful people are less likely to use condoms. Even worse, the lack of love glove often stemmed from the influence of drugs and alcohol, according to the findings from the University of Michigan study.

So, not only are people cheating on their partners, but they're doing it without regard for their sexual health. Ultimately, this puts their primary partner — you know, the one they're supposed to be faithful to — in jeopardy, especially if the condom-less sex continues in the "monogamous" bedroom.

Fact of the matter is, you shouldn't cheat. But no matter what you decide to do, use a condom.

Have you ever been cheated on?

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