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Survey shows 50 per cent men don't feel kissing counts as cheating

THE ASIAN AGE
Published : Nov 20, 2018, 7:18 pm IST
Updated : Nov 20, 2018, 7:18 pm IST

The same was found to be the case for cyber sex as three quarters of women saw it as off limits.

Couples also said that stress; mental health and having children had a negative impact on their sex life (Photo: AFP)
 Couples also said that stress; mental health and having children had a negative impact on their sex life (Photo: AFP)

Trust is one of the most important factors in a healthy relationship and one of the partners cheating mostly means the end of the road for a couple. While infidelity is a major issue among couples in any part of the world, what exactly do people consider as being unfaithful to their partner?

A new survey has revealed that half of all men don’t consider kissing someone except their partner as cheating. Meanwhile around 75 per cent women consider kissing another person as being unfaithful to their partner.

The same was found to be the case for cyber sex as three quarters of women saw it as off limits and 50 per cent men didn’t feel there was anything wrong with it. The results also suggested that 60 per cent people in Britain are confident about their performance in bed.

Couples also said that stress, mental health and having children had a negative impact on their sex life.

Tags: relationship, cheating, kissing