Kristen Stewart Allegedly Denies Having Sex with Rupert Sanders
If recent reports are to be believed, things seem to be looking up for Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson. As we reported earlier this week, the two are allegedly living together again and have decided to put the cheating scandal behind them. So, what prompted their decision to reconcile?
RadarOnline reports that Robert’s decision to forgive and forget came after Kristen revealed that she didn’t, like, cheat-cheat. Translation: she and married director Rupert Sanders never had sex.
“Kristen and Rupert both told their respective partners that they didn’t actually have sex,” explained a ‘source close to the situation’. “Kristen was absolutely steadfast that she only engaged in several make-out sessions with Rupert but never slept with him.”
The source goes on to claim that Robert was skeptical at first, but came around once Kristen gave him the passwords to her email and voicemail as proof.
While I won’t comment on Robert’s change of heart, as ‘sources’ are often unreliable and there was likely a number of factors that influenced his decision, this did get me thinking. Why is it that for some people, a cheating partner who didn’t have sex with their lover is easier to forgive than one that did?
Is it because it takes a little more time and planning to ‘go all the way’ than it does to just engage in a public makeout session? Or is it because many people consider sex to be more sacred and intimate than kissing?
Would you be more likely to forgive a cheating partner if they could prove that they didn’t do the deed with their lover?