15 July 2020 07:01


Gleeden found out which star signs were the most unfaithful

Gleeden, the leading dating site for extramarital relationships, have revealed which astrology sign is most likely to be unfaithful.

The all women-run company analysed over 5.8 million site members globally to discover who was the most likely to cheat on their partner.

Your partner is Sagittarius? Watch out…

If you know your star signs, you will be unsurprised to find out that most Gleeden users were Sagittarius, with 16% of Gleeden members born under the centaur sign. Gleeden’s experts believe that the rebellious nature of Sagittariuses, combined with their deep passion makes them much more likely to look outside of their marriage..

The open-minded and thrill-seeking Gemini sign tends to produce smooth talkers – something which might explain why they are the second most likely to pursue an extramarital affair, with 14% of users being one of the twins.

Rounding off the top three, 13% of users are the impulsive ram of Aries. They tend to hate rules and routine, which explains a lot!

Aquarians (12%), Capricorns (9%), and Cancers (8%) are also likely to have an affair, the study reveals. In contrast, Virgo, Pisces, and Scorpios are the least likely to use the global app to get some action outside of their relationship.

What the experts say:

Sarah, Gleeden’s expert for everything astrological, tell us why these star signs are at the top of the list:

“The most faithful signs are Earth signs (Virgo, Taurus, Capricorn). People born under this sign tend to be rational and stable. Water signs are also the most faithful (Pisces, Cancer, Scorpio). They have a dreamy personality and tend not to be very dynamic. It is important to note two exceptions: Leo (Fire sign) and Libra (Air sign) do not appear in the ranking. My analysis is that Leo’s idealism tempers their zeal while the wish for harmony of Libra is stronger than their desire to seduce.

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