We can only allow you to see a few samples of our lonely housewives.
A Dutch study involving a large survey of 1,561 professionals, concluded that “The relationship between power and infidelity was the same for women as for men, and for the same reason.
These findings suggest that the common assumption (and often-found effect) that women are less likely than men to engage in infidelity is, at least partially, a reflection of traditional gender-based differences in power that exist in society.” A 2010 study published in Journal of Marriage and Family found that there was a correlation between female pre-maritial promiscuity and higher rates of divorce.
It is just because of the reason that they find a flaw in their relationship and look for someone to fill that flaw.
There are only few couples who need to understand that sex experiment is necessary for keeping their marriage.
Promiscuity tends to be frowned upon by many societies, expecting most members to have committed, long-term relationships with single partners.