If a woman wouldn't mind her husband reading her emails/texts, then why would she mind a paternity test?
However, when asked about paternity testing, most women immediately become defensive, insisting that a marriage cannot survive without honesty and respect and how dare her husband suspect anything.
But I thought that they had nothing to hide and no secrets. Why the contradiction and inconsistency with regards to privacy and trust?
Don't the two, reading your email and getting a paternity test, have the SAME goals in mind? Making sure that you are not cheating and easing his fears?
It's a generalization that happens to be true, even if you don't want it to be.