One in three of us has fantasised about a same-sex affair, according to new research.
Thirty two per cent of people who consider themselves straight say they have found the idea of experimenting with a gay fling arousing.
The survey, by new dating site StraightButCurious.co.uk, questioned 100 heterosexual men and women anonymously. More women than men confessed to being open to experimenting with their sexuality (41 per cent of women, compared to 24 per cent of men).
Yet only one in six of either sex had done anything about it. That is, 17 per cent of women and 14 per cent of men confessed to dabbling in a gay or lesbian encounter.
When it came to a full-blown relationship with the same sex, there was much less enthusiasm. Only 21 per cent of women and four per cent of men would be willing to give that a go.