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Most ACT women likely to ‘cheat’: survey

MORE than half of women in the ACT are likely to have cheated on their partner and have “friends with benefits,” a nationwide survey has found.

The Better Sex Survey, conducted by “Women’s Health” magazine, interviewed more than  2,000 women around Australia and revealed that ACT respondents were most likely to have “friends with benefits” and 58 per cent are likely to have cheated on their partner.

Meanwhile, women from NSW were the least satisfied with their sex lives, and Tasmania residents were the most satisfied.

Most women said they would like more sex, with 33 per cent admitting to having sex one-two times a week but 46 per cent revealing that they would like to “do it” more often at three-five times a week.

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