Cyber Sex: There’s a “Cheater Gene” and Facebook Causes Breakups

do you have the gene that makes you cheat?

You know the saying, “Once a cheater, always a cheater?” Turns out, it might just be in the DNA of some people. A new study suggests that people who are unusually promiscuous have a gene variant that causes them to sleep around. Do you buy it? [YourTango]

If you’ve ever poked around on your boyfriend’s or girlfriend’s Facebook wall, you won’t be surprised to learn that “80 percent of divorce attorneys claim they’ve noticed a spike in the number of cases that use social media for evidence of cheating.” Do you think facebooking = breaking up? [Smitten]

And on the topic of “doing homework” about your crushes, have you ever googled someone you liked? Here are things to search for (and how not to come off as a creep when you know his fave shows and high school soccer history). [Shine!]

Have you ever liked a guy… who likes guys? There’s a brand new show, “Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys,” about a social phenomenon of when gurls love gay guys in a best friend kind of way. Will you be tuning in?  [Lemondrop]

6 surprising things you didn’t know about guys. Until now. (Like that they still feel threatened by the success of women and every little bit of pressure as a, uh, big effect their sex life) [Cosmopolitan]

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