A survey made by the online site Gleeden_ES revealed that most of the surveyed Mexicans are looking forward to the end of the quarantine to see their lovers again. The survey was carried out to around 11 thousand users of the website, which is a site made to search for extramarital partners, made by women, as announced.
In addition, the survey announces that around 75% of online users maintain virtual communication with their lovers during this contingency period. Added to this, Gleeden assures that There is a very high increase in users who have sex with their partner but this has not done if not increase the desire for an extracoyungal relationship.
Secondly, what most Mexicans miss most during this COVID-19 quarantine is seeing their friends, at 8%, and seeing the family reunited, with 3%, although 25% of those surveyed reported that he left his house with an excuse to be able to meet his loverOf course they had to meet in a private place, usually the house, due to the closure of hotels due to the pandemic.
Gleeden has registered an increase in user connections of up to 160%, meaning that the site has registered more visits during the quarantine period And it is these days that it has registered the most of these than in the entire history of the site, which was in 2009. The more than 6 million users of the site have registered a connection at least once during the quarantine period.
further the site has an average of 50% more connection time, although with much shorter exits, the application also has a panic button to avoid being discovered by your partner. The main hours that the infidels take advantage of to send messages are very early in the morning or late at night,
The main causes of users seeking relationships outside of marriage are: the stress experienced by their family, the lack of individual free time and privacy, In addition to countries such as China, which was the first to emerge from the contingency due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a sharp increase in divorce claims upon release from quarantine.
According to survey reports, the pandemic has not only brought economic crisis on couples, there has also been an increase in rates of domestic violence, in addition to an increase in cases of virtual infidelity. In Mexico, the last two years there has been an increase in infidelity cases year by year.
In 2018, it was recorded thatAbout 50% of Mexicans are unfaithful taking advantage of social networks as tools to satisfy their libido and contact other people, according to the psychiatrist Jesús del Bosque. Despite the fact that the majority of the surveys point to the male sex as the one that carries out the most infidelities, women are not exempt from these practices.
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