Men Cheat More, Women Cheat Better: An Inside Look

Men Cheat More, Women Cheat Better


Men Cheat More, Women Cheat Better: Stories & Conversations About Love, Life, and Everything in Between features a collection of over 45 pieces by Kwapi Vengesayi and a diverse group of engaging writers covering numerous topics: relationships, social issues, parenthood and more. Enjoy a courtesy sneak peek, featuring 5 excerpts from this thought-provoking, entertaining, and engaging, collection of true stories, rants, and musing.

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“As I sat in my one bedroom apartment, listening to my girlfriend sob through her tears, at that moment, I knew that my life would never be the same.

Sitting on my futon, looking at the blank television screen, I felt helpless as I heard her break it down, episode by episode, how she had slept with my best friend …”

– Why I Respect Independent Women? | by Mugaradzasungwa

“I remember hearing the voice yelling. I don’t remember what he said, probably something to do with toughening up and running the ball better or how he still played with a broken foot, something as equally macho, I’m sure.  Of all the voices I hear in my head, that one is still the clearest. It’s the voice of innate racism and small-minded unknowing, the voice of someone who yelled, “Hurry up and run you damn prairie nigger; you’re gonna get tackled”, in the same tone of someone ordering a pizza in a busy shop.  It’s the only voice I remember, but it defines the small town I am from and defines who I became …”

– Voices Take Me Home | by Jason Prettyboy

“My breaking point was when he brought a gun into our home. I realized that either he would use it on me or I would use it on him. I seemed to start mentally preparing myself for the day when I would have to kill him for the abuse to stop …”

Abusive Relationships: In Their Own Words

“It’s kind of funny when you think about it; as I sit here about to tell you this true story, I realize this tale begins almost like the start of a bad joke. “A Jehovah’s Witness, a Catholic, an agnostic and an atheist walk into a bar and see a ghost …”

– Ghosts | by Kwapi Vengesayi

“I found a place.  I’m moving out.”


“Are we done?”

“Yes, I think so.”


It was Christmas day. After nearly seven years of marriage, we could not find a way to work together.

One-Year Later | by Humberto Cerillo


Kwapi Vengesayi is an Amazon four-time bestselling author and all his books are Available on Amazon.



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