In a study titled, Premarital Sex, Premarital Cohabitation, and the Risk of Subsequent Marital Dissolution Among Women, it is reported that women who experienced premarital sex and cohabitation with previous partners other than their husbands, were more likely to to report great increases in chances of suffering disruption or ending their marriage:
Also, more at risk, were women who were single mothers, who themselves did not come from two-family units:
The most telling finding in this study, is the fact that women who only had premarital cohabitation and premarital sex with their husband, had no increase in the disruption or dissolution in their marriage:
Men were also expected to provide, protect and discipline throughout the ages, men also had limitations and sacrifices expected of them in order to make humanity thrive through the chaos we experienced either by natural disasters or wars. Despite it not being perfect and we having rationality to make choices, we cannot deny that conscientious efforts to make us thrive were not done to oppress women, but it was a mutual effort between the sexes to make sure their descendants would survive and thrive.
Also, we already reported that it is women sexually policing each other the most, and not men in this blog.