More Than 50% Cheaters Say They Wanted More Sex, Reveals StudyJune 26, 2019 12:53
A recent study revealed that about half the percentage of women want sex more than their male partner. This isn't just about sexual desire but also repercussions.
The study also says that women remain frustrated because they want more sex than males in their life. The survey says about 43 percent of women reported to have a higher libido than the men they were having sex with.
The study also showed the other side of the story reporting that about 42 percent of men say that they wanted sex more than their wife or girlfriend.
Furthermore, about 72 percent of couples have mismatched libidos and are living with it and about 62 percent said the difference in libido has factored in their break up.
The survey was done on 2,000 people by IllicitEncounters.com, the United Kingdom’s leading dating site for married people and it said that the difference in sexual desire was the reason behind 52 percent of external affairs.
About 54 percent of women and 56 percent of women confessed to cheating on their partners because they wanted more sex.
By Sowmya Sangam