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1 in 5 Britons Admit Cheating on a Partner with a Lower Sex Drive
4 JULY 2013: A ‘Sexual Compatibility and Desire’ survey conducted by leading sex toy and bondage gear retailer Bondara.co.uk, has revealed that 45 percent of women and 61 percent of men surveyed rate their sex drives as higher than their partners with 1 in 5 admitting to cheating on a partner with a lower sex drive than themselves. A further 16 percent of women and 17 percent of men admitted to having been tempted to stray and almost a quarter of men (23%) admitted it was a contributing factor to a relationship break up.
The survey also revealed that 68 percent of women and 44 percent of men’s sex drives had decreased during the course of a relationship with more than half of respondents (64% of women and 54% of men) saying that the decrease occurred within the first three years of a relationship.
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