(London Telegraph) They say that men are from Mars and women are from Venus.
But when it comes to our attitude towards promiscuity, it turns out there is no such gender divide.
Both men and women fall into two groups, one more inclined to be promiscuous and the other more inclined to be faithful.
Whereas other species are either one or the other, both mating strategies appear to be used by humans.
The results, published in the journal Biology Letters, are from a joint study carried out by
Professor Robin Dunbar of Oxford University’s Department of Experimental Psychology and Professor John Manning of Northumbria University.