This Week in Sex: Cheating, Office Sex

By Playboy.com Staff

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Psychologist Andrea Meltzer studied 450 newlywed couples over the course of four years to answer the question “Does having a hot wife make guys happy?” The answer turns out to be . . . yes. This may seem like an obvious answer to some, but Dr. Meltzer’s research did find out some surprising information, like that women don’t have a boost in their marital bliss if they’re married to a handsome man. Get the whole story on SFGate.com

Have you ever had sex at work? If not, is it on your sex bucket list? Even if you’re keeping the act strictly in your fantasy life (it’s a hot idea, but is it worth getting fired?) the question of where in the office is vital. A new Internet survey asked men and women the best location at work to get down. The storage room and conference room were the two top choices. The poor photocopier was only chosen by 14 percent of the men and two percent of the women. We’re surprised more couples don’t want to get up on the copier, hit the button and have a keepsake print-out. See all the places your coworkers are scouting out for liaisons at Yourtango.com

John F. Kennedy is a hero and an admirable man for many, many reasons—bedding countless honeys may be low on the list of his accomplishments, but bedding Marilyn Monroe, Marlene Dietrich and Angie Dickinson are still impressive achievements. Read all about the sublime women JFK is alleged to have romanced with this list at Gawker.com

Online prankster Roman Atwood films and posts a prank a week on his YouTube channel. They’re all pretty daring and funny, but his newest goes a little . . . not according to plan. On his anniversary trip with his girlfriend he hides a camera and confesses he’s been cheating on her. (He didn’t cheat; that’s the prank.) We don’t think he got the result he was looking for, but we can’t write much more without giving away the twist(s).

According to a new paper in the scientific journal Archives of Sexual Behavior, women who often fake orgasms are more likely to cheat on their partners. After questioning 138 women for a study about the female orgasm, the researchers “found that faked orgasm was positively associated with the likelihood of past, present and future sexual infidelity." Find out more at Huffingtonpost.com.


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