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Online affairs rose during coronavirus lockdown according to new study

Discussion in 'The Junk Drawer' started by Michie, Jul 16, 2020.

  1. Michie

    Michie Human rights begin in the womb. Supporter

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    17 percent of users across all dating apps were there to cheat, a poll revealed

    Since the inception of chat rooms, the internet has long served as a fertile ground for cheaters. Last year, a YouGov poll found that some 17 percent of users across all dating apps were there to cheat on their current partners.

    Now, it’s only getting worse. Couples who haven’t already called it quits may be sabotaging their relationships anyway, according to University of Tennessee-Knoxville psychologists Kristina Coop Gordon and Erica A. Mitchell, whose co-authored editorial, “Infidelity in the Time of COVID‐19,” was published in the journal Family Process earlier this month.

    Approximately 25 percent of all marriages experience infidelity, according to their paper, but now more than ever before, couples are engaging in extramarital affairs through dating apps, where they can browse for hookups safely and subtly, they found.

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  2. BryanJohnMaloney

    BryanJohnMaloney Well-Known Member

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    I'd wonder if "offline" affairs fell by roughly the same amount.
  3. Arc F1

    Arc F1 Let the righteous man arise from slumber

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    I doubt it. Covid isn't going to stop cheaters.