A woman who has had affairs with over 100 married men says she's actually helping to save marriages.
Gweneth Lee, former model from London, turned to online cheating websites after finding out her now late husband had been unfaithful.
But despite being left heartbroken by the revelations, she now doesn’t feel any guilt about her own cheating.
Gweneth, 47, was married to a wealthy oil tycoon when she was blindsided by revelations he was sleeping with other women while away on business.
A firm believer in monogamy and the sanctity of marriage at the time, she confronted him only to be informed he had no intention of giving up his adulterous ways.
"He was an incredible guy and I loved being married to him," she told The Sun, "so my attitude was: ‘If you cannot beat them, join them.’"
In her mid thirties at the time, Gweneth set about creating an account on an extra-marital affairs website and started doing exactly as her husband.
She soon became so involved in her new lifestyle, that she continued with the affairs after her husband passed away of cancer, and she now says that sleeping with married men actually saves marriages.
Gweneth explains that in her opinion, many married women lose their desire for sex after some time and instead find fulfilment through their friends or children.
"But that leaves a lot of men craving sex and excitement - they don't want to leave their wives but they do want a release from all that pent-up frustration,” she said.
Instead of working through their relationship with their significant other, or finding another release, Gweneth says, "sleeping with someone new can be good for a marriage. It takes the pressure off many wives whose libidos have died and keeps the man happy.”
The financial consultant has slept with over 100 men and flies all over the world to meet her lovers.
Sometimes she has multiple relationships going at the same time - some are a one-off while others last years. Although she says she’d be happy to be exclusive if the relationship was special to her.
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