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Most affairs start in the workplace, and a recent American study showed that women who travel for work are three times more likely to have had two or more concurrent sexual relationships in the past five years than women in general.
But as well as seizing their chances, today many women and men plan their infidelities with chilling efficiency.
'The problem was where to keep them and how to wash them?
I could have worn them every day but after 13 years of greying M&S pants and flesh-coloured bras Peter would have been rightly suspicious.
It's about passion and spontaneity – having sex in the shower and up against a wall, all the things you see in movies that just never happen when you're arguing over whose turn it is to wipe the kids' bottoms.' The advent of email and mobiles have made affairs easier to run than ever before in practical, if not emotional, terms.
Yet suspicious husbands are also dab hands at checking their wives' inboxes.
'They probably did online dating when they were single, so that's where they'll immediately head to see what's out there,' says David Miller, who runs Loving Links, an online dating service and one-to-one introduction agency for 'nice, middle-class attached people'.
She has two mobiles: one for general use and one for EMAs (extramarital affairs, to use the jargon), which can only be accessed by a pin number and is set on silent mode so that her husband, Brian, an events manager, can't hear texts arriving.Instead they are searching for variety in an otherwise humdrum routine. 'Traditionally we believe a woman who has an affair is looking for emotional intimacy, whereas men are looking for sex. 'Women feel more powerful and in control and as a result there are certainly more women being unfaithful because they fancied somebody and were away for a weekend with the girls or on business and seized an opportunity.Or it's a case of a woman being neglected in the bedroom in the way a man once was and wanting to find a way to scratch her itch.' For a wired generation, the automatic place to turn to for satisfaction is the internet.They had a much freer sexual history when they were single and they have far more expectations of good sex.Of course, once they're married it doesn't carry on being like in the magazines but their copy of Cosmo is still popping through the door every month shouting six new ways to heighten orgasm tonight and they think, "It's not going to be with him indoors, he's exhausted, but what a lovely idea …"' Once the seed is planted, outlets are everywhere.