Sur­vey shows 83% of 18-55s have logged on to get off HAVE ME IN YOUR LIV­ING ROOM IN THIS WEEK’S FAN­TAS­TIC

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EIGHT out of 10 Brits have logged on to the in­ter­net for sex­ual grat­i­fi­ca­tion, new re­search has re­vealed.

A sur­vey com­mis­sioned by Mid­week Sport has found four fifths of peo­ple be­tween the ages of 18 and 55 have used the web to get saucy.

Their ac­tiv­i­ties range from us­ing naughty web­sites to meet up with other like-minded peo­ple for sex, to hav­ing a quick one off the wrist over a mucky movie.

Our sur­vey found that peo­ple were even us­ing so­cial net­work­ing sites like Face­book to find peo­ple for nookie!

Poll­sters quizzed 2,192 peo­ple of all ages on how they use the world wide web.

And they found 39 per cent of men in our poll ad­mit­ted to meet­ing a woman off a web­site, ei­ther dat­ing or so­cial net­work­ing, for sex, com­pared to one in five women.

But by far the big­gest use was for to view in­ter­net porn – with a mas­sive 83 per cent of re­spon­dents ad­mit­ting they’ve logged on to get off.

On the more racy scale, 8% of the peo­ple sur­veyed had been dog­ging or swing­ing, or ar­ranged group sex ses­sions on­line.

The poll has re­vealed that most adults are us­ing the in­ter­net for some as­pect of their sex lives.


One of the re­spon­dents, plumber Steve Berry, 34, from Chea­dle, ex­plained: “I use the in­ter­net if I want to buy records and DVDS so why not for sex?

“At first, I used to do in­ter­net dat­ing, but now I find it’s just as easy to go on Face­book, look at peo­ple’s friends, and pick up girls that way.

“If I need quick shag with no strings, I go on an adult dat­ing site and meet a girl on there. And then if I can’t be both­ered to go out, I just watch some porn.

“There are all kinds of sites out there and you can just get what­ever you want at the click of a mouse.

Ev­ery­one’s do­ing it now and I’ve never had so many women in my life than I have in the last few years!”

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