Hard question, whoever has a conscience won't be able to hold it in without tearing at them will be the one who will "be able" to confess.
So the one who don't have a conscience will have No problem lieing.
With a conscience comes strength, morals and respect.
I don't see it as a man or woman thing, but a conscience thing.
Good question, I'm sure you will get a few responses
In all my experiences of life, 52 years worth, I would have to say women. Men have a natural ability to let you "find" out before saying anything. And then when you find out, they have a tendency to use excuses, and blame our reactions on hormones.
Just my humble opinion, men rarely confess first. They hope it will blow over and let nature takes its course. And at times what they think may not be a lie, women might think is. At times it seems to be a balance of the difference between what is wrong and what is right.
A man's world verses a woman's.
Women, straight up. I think women are a bit more in tune and aware of their emotions and feelings, which would lead to a sooner confession of a lie I think. But that's my opinion...
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