Only half of Britons would have sex with someone of a different religion, a survey has revealed.
The survey of 2,066 British adults found that 69% would consider having a sexual relationship with someone from a different country.
Britons were also asked for their attitudes to what constitutes cheating.
There were considerable differences between men and women when it came to those views.
Three-quarters (75%) of women said they beleived paying for an online experience, such as cyber sex or a cam girl/boy, to be cheating.
A similar percentage of women (73%) consider kissing someone other than your partner to be cheating.
However, only half of men thought paying for an online experience (50%) and kissing someone else (51%) was cheating.
Nine in ten people (91%) said having sex with someone other than your partner was cheating.
Only two in five (40%) say they would consider browsing on a dating app to be cheating.
Meanwhile, 58% said they are generally confident about their sexual performance, while 52% are satisfied with their sex life.
The survey found that nearly half (47%) of British adults say their school sex education did not prepare them for their sex life.
But they are split over whether it should be compulsory for schools to teach children about LGBTQ sexual relationships – 43% say yes and 39% say no.
More than two-thirds (68%) of British adults say it should be a crime to send an unsolicited image of your genitals to someone else.