Dating sites are portable, and men can access the database from any computer with an Internet connection.Many dating sites have mobile applications that enhance opportunities to explore potential relationships. Zak, writing on Psychology Today, reports that the hormone oxytocin may promote monogamy and help sustain pair bonds in males and females.

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Online dating websites offer opportunities for men to connect with other men and women.

Your husband may go on dating sites to seek out opportunities for escaping his life or feelings of financial inferiority.

Dating sites can help heterosexual men seek out sex with straight men.

Dating sites can offer anonymous and detached sexual opportunities to heterosexual men who want to explore homoerotic fantasies.

According to Zak, testosterone conflicts with the monogamous effects of the hormone oxytocin in the brain, and higher testosterone levels make a man’s cost-benefit analysis consider situations that are more current and self-focused.

Husbands with high testosterone levels may go on dating sites to satisfy immediate hormonal urges that suppress the effect of hormones that promote monogamy.

Some unhappy husbands seek out opportunities for infidelity.

"Time" magazine reports that a man who depends on his wife’s income is five times more likely to cheat than a man with an equal wage.