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Work from home Aussies are taking SEX BREAKS in the middle of their shifts, new research reveals

Work from home Aussies are taking SEX BREAKS in the middle of their shifts, new research reveals

  • Research revealed plenty of Aussies are enjoying romps when working at home
  • Older millennials and younger generation Xers the most sexually active groups
  • Wedding lingerie sales have dramatically increased online during the lockdown

More Aussies than ever are working from home and enjoying midday sex breaks during their shifts, according to new research.  

Analysis from more than 1000 Australian homes by bedroom furniture brand leader Koala discovered 20 per cent of people are making the most of their time at home when away from their desks. 

One in three people aged between 34 and 44 admitted to clocking off at every opportunity to get it on with their significant other.

Older millennials and younger generation X’s were described as two of the most sexually active groups.

According to recent research, more Aussies than ever working from home are enjoying sex breaks during their shifts (stock image)

Older millennials and younger generation X's were revealed as two most sexually active groups when it comes to Aussies taking sex breaks when working from home (stock image)

Older millennials and younger generation X’s were revealed as two most sexually active groups when it comes to Aussies taking sex breaks when working from home (stock image)

Darrie McLeod, who works for Australian lingerie retailer Honey Birdette as their retail operations general manager, revealed wedding-style lingerie sales dramatically increased online after the latest lockdown in Victoria was confirmed in late May.  

‘We had a bridal veil with matching garter and those sales went absolutely crazy online,’ she said. 

The company also reported a 150 per cent lift in adult toy sales online since the latest round of restrictions were introduced, according to the Herald Sun.

Sex and relationship coach Rachael White believes many people are making love behind closed doors in Melbourne to ‘cope’ with their unprecedented fourth lockdown.   

‘(Some) people now may have a lot more time on their hands,’ she said. 

‘Sex reduces stress which may help you be able to focus more when getting back into work mode.

‘Having a healthy sex life also increases the feeling of closeness and intimacy.’  

Another survey from Yellow Octopus last year revealed 33.9 percent of men and 11.3 percent of women admitting watching porn while working from home.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk