Sir: Suzanne Moore (Comment, 13 May) misses the point that women in power can also face both ways, observing morality in public whilst practising immorality in private. If power and wealth are the aphrodisiac that drives this type of behaviour, then it is unsurprising that men more than women feature in the headlines. As more women gain the same public status, look for the statistics to change. This is not a gender issue, it is an issue of human frailty, regardless of sex.
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