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is it true that power and money significantly correlate with more sexual affairs with various people?

There is some research that suggests a correlation between power and infidelity. A study found that elevated power is positively associated with infidelity because power increases confidence in the ability to attract partners1. This association was found for both actual infidelity and intentions to engage in infidelity in the future1.

However, it’s important to note that correlation does not imply causation. While there may be a correlation, it doesn’t mean that having power or money directly causes someone to have more sexual affairs. There are many other factors at play, including individual personality traits, relationship satisfaction, societal norms, and personal values2345.

Moreover, the dynamics of power, money, and sex in intimate relationships are complex and can be influenced by various factors23. For instance, the belief that money corrupts intimacy can block our ability to describe and explain how money, power, and sex actually interact2. Similarly, the belief that sex operates like an ordinary market commodity doesn’t serve description and explanation any better2.

In conclusion, while there may be a correlation between power, money, and sexual affairs, it’s a complex issue with many contributing factors. It’s always important to consider the broader context and individual circumstances.

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