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Cheating with yoga teacher is top fantasy for Aussie women

Do you see yourself cheating with someone, perhaps your yoga teacher?
Do you see yourself cheating with someone, perhaps your yoga teacher? Mike Knott

VICTORIA Milan, a dating website for married and attached men and women says cheating with your yoga teacher is the #1 fantasy for Aussie women.

The results come as the website surveyed 4156 of its Australian women members and found:

  • More than 85% of cheating Aussie women have imaginative sexual fantasies
  • Aussie women fantasise about their yoga teacher, colleagues or superiors, and neighbours
  • Doctors are the most unlikely persons to be fantasised about
  • More than 85% of women believe they have very active imaginations about sex.

While the forbidden fruit, including the partner's friends or the ex made an appearance in the top five rankings, Victoria Milan surprisingly discovered that most of Aussie cheating women surveyed fantasise about their yoga teacher, attracting 20% of the votes.

People in positions of power at work, such as colleagues or superiors came a close second with 18% of Aussie women surveyed voting them as a turn on while the hot neighbour is dreamt about by 13% of randy Aussie females.

Founder and CEO of Victoria Milan, Sigurd Vedal, said the results were "fascinating".

"We see the naughty side to the Aussie ladies, fantasizing about their yoga teachers, colleagues, neighbours, and untouchables such as their partner's friends and their exes," Mr Vedal said.

"It's healthy and normal to explore these thoughts, so long as we also consider the consequences if we decide to act on them."

The question post to the surveyed women:

Do you have a fanciful imagination about sex?

Yes - 85%

No - 15%

The follow up question: With whom do you fantasise about the most?

With my yoga teacher - 20%

With my colleague or superior - 18%

With my neighbour - 13%

With my partner's friend - 10%

With my ex - 10%

With a woman - 9%

With my brother in law - 7%

With my physiotherapist - 6%

With the barmen of my favorite pub - 5%

With my doctor - 2%

Topics:  editors picks fantasy lifestyle yoga



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