A new survey has revealed that women today are more comfortable about their sexuality and have no qualms about experimenting with sex, to satisfy their growing cravings.
Lesbian romps, one-night stands, steamy affairs behind their partners' back, wild threesomes-you name it, more women than ever will do it.
According to Newsoftheworld, The Great British 2005 Sex Survey - the largest ever conducted - shows that women's sexual behaviour has changed since the last 12 years. According to the poll in which 5,500 people participated, nearly half of them women, about 57 per cent) would jump at the chance of a one-night stand, compared to 44 per cent in 1993.
A total of 43 per cent of women admitted to cheating on their men as against 32 per cent 12 years ago. Nearly half the females polled (47 per cent) would have sex with another woman if they knew nobody would find out.
Exactly half would like to try a threesome, six out of ten said they had been tied up during sex, and a shocking 66 per cent of women didn't think you had to love a man to sleep with him. However 50 per cent of men said they had to be in love first.
Dr Kristal, who analysed the survey results, said: "There is clear evidence that women are exercising much more freedom in their quest for sexual gratification. The most striking figures are for those between 19 and 24."