SEX FORUM When women are most likely to cheat
DON’T rush in to having children, folks, because new research has shown how becoming a mum can be a major trigger for having AFFAIRS.
Bonk boffins have studied data on what causes people to cheat.
And they’ve found that the most common benchmark for a couple’s first affair coincides with the birth of a first child.
As spokesman for extramarital dating website AshleyMadison.com – who conducted the study – said: “The birth of a child is often a testing time for married couples, as sexual desires and attractiveness may change during and after pregnancy.
“Often, women confess that they no longer feel attractive, or that they’re physically impaired by their pregnancy. Meanwhile, men sometimes feel that sex in close proximity to their child is problematic.
“It’s because of this that many husbands and wives look for someone outside the marriage to satisfy needs that are often left unful- filled at home.” The Ashley Madison website has close to 14,000 members – with the vast majority being parents.
A whopping 38 per cent of men and 32 per cent of women admit that their first affair occurred around the birth of a child.
The spokesman added: “With the birth of a child, marriage can become a balancing act between the needs of the couple and those of the child.
“Time and energy that was once devoted to the emotional and physical needs of the couple is suddenly being directed towards caring offspring.”
Sexy model Beth Simmons, from Portsmouth, reckons women shouldn’t resort to bonking other men just because they’ve got kids.
She said: “I’ve got a friend with a young boy who’s two years old. While it was tough for her at the start, she’s having LOADS of sex with her husband now.
“You just need a regular babysitter and to make the effort to have a weekly ‘date night’.
“Besides, getting older gives you the perfect chance to experiment in the bedroom in order to keep you sex life nice and spicy!”