Model Emily Ratajkowski’s husband Sebastian Bear-McClard has allegedly cheated on her and people are shocked. Not about his
alleged infidelity but the fact that he cheated because she is so attractive. On Thursday, Ratajkowski liked a series of tweets about
Bear McClard’s alleged cheating. One tweet read: “Can’t believe that little b*tch cheated on EmRata.” Interestingly, people are outraged that
Ratajkowski’s husband would dare cheat on her. Tweets included, “If Em Rata’s husband cheats on her, what hope do I have?” and, “If Em
Rata can’t keep a man, then I’m done.” The internet is outraged. Not that a man would cheat on his wife, but that a man would cheat on his
very hot wife. I get it, Ratajkowski is undisputedly and overwhelming beautiful, but the problem with this line of thinking is that it’s putting
the blame back onto women when men cheat. People are arguing that Ratajkowski didn’t deserve to be cheated on because she’s so hot. But
on the flip side, what message does that send? If you aren’t super hot, then you deserve to be cheated on? Spoiler alert: you don’t.
For instance, I am not nearly as hot as Ratajkowski but I very much expect my boyfriend not to cheat on me. Your hotness shouldn’t be
used as tool to measure if you deserve to be cheated on. This idea that Ratajkowski’s hotness should have been a deterrent for cheating
pushes forward the outdated notion that women can do things to ‘keep’ a man’s attention. Honestly, it doesn’t matter how spicy you
keep your relationships or how gorgeous you look on Instagram: if a man is going to cheat on you, he will cheat on you.