Weiner's sexual indiscretion exposed; psychology of cheating revisited

After U.S. Rep. <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT006990" title="Anthony D. Weiner" href="/topic/politics/government/anthony-d.-weiner-PEPLT006990.topic">Anthony Weiner</a> admitted June 6 that he had sent sexually suggestive photos of himself to women via Twitter, many questions surrounding political sex scandals were again raised. Does a political career corrupt those who would otherwise remain faithful? Is sending a photo over the Internet actually cheating? And, of course, what does sexual indiscretion mean for a marriage?
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After U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner admitted June 6 that he had sent sexually suggestive photos of himself to women via Twitter, many questions surrounding political sex scandals were again raised. Does a political career corrupt those who would otherwise remain faithful? Is sending a photo over the Internet actually cheating? And, of course, what does sexual indiscretion mean for a marriage?

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