Those in a relationship with a woman between 25 and 34 might want to keep their wits about them.
According to a new poll, those who fall into this are most likely to seek an extramarital affair – and that number is increasing.
Furthermore, for 79.2 per cent of women, the over-riding reason for cheating on partners is an unfulfilled sex life.
The survey of 10,245 British, female members of the website provides a snapshot of the changing face of infidelity in this country.
Globally, female infidelity is on the rise and the UK is no exception.
And while the most unfaithful age bracket might be 25 to 34 (35.1 per cent), the 35 to 44-year-olds are not far behind, at 30.4 per cent.
Unfaithful women seem to mirror cheating men,bwith both sexes claiming to still love their partners.
Just over three quarters, 76.9 per cent, of cheating women say they still love their long-term partner and an overwhelming 95.1 per cent say they are not in love with their affair partner.
In line with this, only 11.6 per cent say they would like to leave their husband or partner.
However, it seems that the one-night stand is still male territory, as an affair lasting from one to three months is typical for 60.3 per cent of the women surveyed and only 19.6 per cent say they are looking for a one-off.
Noel Biderman, founder and CEO of AshleyMadison.com says: ‘Women are gaining power in the workplace and they’re no longer prepared to accept a disappointing performance from their man in the bedroom.
‘Many work long hours, they juggle family and professional responsibilities and find that a busy lifestyle can be both an excuse and a cover for cyber affairs and physical affairs.
‘Attitudes to infidelity amongst women are changing fast. The taboo is disappearing, it’s no longer a male preserve.
‘With smartphones and access to the Internet 24/7, women have the tools to seek out and conduct discreet affairs that leave no “digital lipstick” in the way that Facebook does.’