Despite having met with their love affairs, 80% of Brits avoid puckering up because of the fear of the virus. On National Kissing Day a study reveals how clandestine kissing has changed in the last three months of lockdown.   Lockdown and social distancing rules certainly did not stop Brits from having affairs. Yet, a staggering number of them preferred to keep the perks of snogging for the end of the Covid19 threat. In time for International Kissing Day, Gleeden – the first portal for extramarital encounters in EuropeSuite
  In time for Father’s Day, Gleeden the leading extramarital dating app made by women, reveals 5 of the hottest British celebrity dads that women could not resist.   There is something undeniably sexy about dads, especially when they are hot, famous, and with the charming reputation of an English man. Not surprisingly, when it comes to them, women are willing to cheat on their partner without thinking twice. Gleeden – the first portal for extramarital encounters in Europe made by women with over 6 million members of which thereSuite
  Despite government’s new regulations on social distancing, 60% of cheating partners will keep flaunting the lockdown rules in order to have sex with their lover or mistress.   In order to crack down on people breaking lockdown rules, the government has banned indoor gathering of any sort with people outside of the household. Nonetheless, when it comes to infidelity and sexual intercourse, Brits tend not to abide by the law, and instead keen to breach these regulations. The so-called “Sex Ban” law, prohibits indoor “gatherings” of two or moreSuite
  37% of Brits committed an affair during the lockdown while following the ease of the restrictions more cheaters are keen to meet their lover without maintaining physical distance.   A pandemic is not enough to set apart discreet relationships and stop people from having affair. Despite the government’s strict regulations on social distancing, unfaithful partners do not abstain from their clandestine and carnal pleasure. Gleeden – the first portal for extramarital encounters in Europe made by women with over 6 million members of which over 250,000 in the UKSuite
  58% of women wish they were in charge of their relationship and consider infidelity as an option to feel empowered and independent.   Five Guys a Week, the latest dating TV show that hooked the Brits during the lockdown is far from being just another entertaining tv program. The show, in fact, conveyed important messaging around gender equality and rose awareness among women regarding their role in their relationship. Although finding the love of your life in less than a week sounds silly, the tv show saw an incredibleSuite