Almost two-thirds of women fantasize about someone else while having sex with their partner, survey reveals
Over a half of male and female population fantasize about someone else while they are having sex with their current partner. Researchers have found that people usually fantasize about someone famous. Around 62% of women and 56% of men in the UK have confessed to thinking about someone else while they are getting it on with their partners.
Many women said that they are unable to get celebs like 'James Bond' star Daniel Craig, Brad Pitt, and Aidan Turner out of their minds and that it turned them on more. Men, on the other hand, revealed they fantasize about doing it with stars like Rihanna, Lady Gaga, and Katy Perry.
Other fantasy models for women include the likes of Justin Bieber and David Beckham while men also think of Rita Ora, Kate Beckinsale, and Jennifer Aniston. Both men and women revealed that they couldn't get out of their minds, the thought of sleeping with their best friends, colleagues, porn stars, and even partners of their friends.
They also confessed that it was very difficult to stop thinking of their former partners or other one night stands that had been good. It seems like women's fantasies are a lot more erotic and 50% of those asked, revealed that they have fantasized about being on a beach or in a hotel room with someone else while doing it with their partner, The Sun reports.
Only 35% of men shared they feel the same. The dating site, saucydates.com has asked 8,371, of UK members who they really think about when they sex. According to the founder, David Minns, shared, "Men and women are both guilty of thinking of someone else."
"I wonder how many couples are both thinking of different people at the same time? Daniel Craig and Brad Pitt are the big fantasy figures for women so let’s just hope someone doesn’t scream out in the height of passion ‘Don’t stop 007," Minns added.
"It could get very embarrassing if there was a mention of Lady Gaga, or even Luke from accounts, at the wrong moment," Minns continued.
The same dating site had conducted a survey where it was found that one in five Brits has had sex on a plane with a member of the cabin crew. Around 14% were caught in the act by airline staff who have been looking for their colleague onboard. Around 30% of those who surveyed shared that they joined the Mile High Club with a stranger. 37% people were with a partner and around 15% were with a friend. More than half (59%) of those surveyed had sex in the loos, while 31% had done it in the seats.
About 9% had done it in the gallery and 1% had even done it in the cockpit. The romping sessions would last around ten minutes or less. Many of those who had been questioned revealed that they had just wanted to do it "do it once to cross it off the list."
It was reported that Boeing 747 jumbo jet was rated the most popular plane for the sessions. The dating site had interviewed around 11,179 of its UK members.