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Nearly 60 Per Cent Of People Admit To Having Sex While Working From Home

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Nearly 60 Per Cent Of People Admit To Having Sex While Working From Home

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has led to many of people having to swap the office for the living room - but it seems some people have been using this as an opportunity to get frisky during work hours.

A poll of 1,000 baby boomers and 1,000 millennials found sex habits among people at home have changed during lockdown - and according to new research, 58 per cent have had sex on the clock.

Nearly 60 Per Cent Of People Admit To Having Sex While Working From Home (Credit: PA)
Nearly 60 Per Cent Of People Admit To Having Sex While Working From Home (Credit: PA)

From those polled, the average millennial 'gets it on' nearly twice as much as baby boomers.

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Millennials have also become more sexually curious, with 68 per cent of the millennials studied saying that have tried out new sex positions and spiced things up in the bedroom since the coronavirus pandemic began.

The study was conducted by OnePoll in conjunction with #Lubelife to pull back the covers on the sex habits of millennials and baby boomers.

Since quarantine began, 67 per cent of millennials said their sex life has substantially changed.

As a result, 46 per cent said they spend more time with their partner, while a further 42 per cent have found themselves intentionally making an effort to spice up their sex life.

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Since quarantine began, 67% of millennials said their sex life has changed (Credit: SWNS)
Since quarantine began, 67% of millennials said their sex life has changed (Credit: SWNS)

Another two in five have experimented more with their partner in the bedroom while 46 per cent found that they had a lot more time to devote to sex due to working from home.

Overall, over a quarter of those studied are more likely to try something new in the bedroom during lockdown than ever before.

"Lockdown has brought a lot of things to people's lives, but research has revealed [it has] allowed millennials to amplify their sex lives and embrace new, positive habits," said Tara Merkle, Senior Director, #Lubelife Marketing.

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1,000 baby boomers and 1,000 millennials were polled and asked about their sex lives during lockdown (Credit: Unsplash)
1,000 baby boomers and 1,000 millennials were polled and asked about their sex lives during lockdown (Credit: Unsplash)

The dating scene has also shifted during these unprecedented times. Nearly four in five of the singles surveyed said they had been on a virtual date since March 2020.

In fact, a third said social distancing measures have made dating a lot more intimate than ever before.

"Having more time to devote to sex is important in strengthening a relationship. Americans have used this time to better their sex lives and to try new things to maintain that spark in their romantic life" added Tara Merkle, Senior Director, #Lubelife Marketing.

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Let's hope there were no Zoom meetings happening at the same time!

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Topics: lockdown, Life, Coronavirus, Sex & Relationships

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