Sugarcookie Survey Reveals Co-Worker Stalking on Social Media

Sugarcookie Survey Reveals Co-Worker Stalking on Social Media
Stephen Yagielowicz

LONDON —’s Harriet Sugarcookie recently polled 2,000 men and women to find out their private lurking habits on social media, with surprising — and not entirely pleasing — survey results.

In her latest post, “2 Out of 5 Guys You Work With Masturbate to Your Social Media Photos,” the popular U.K. men’s lifestyle site founder revealed “more than 50 percent of your work colleagues will be checking out your Instagram, Twitter or Facebook.”

“And they might be doing a lot more than just looking,” says Sugarcookie, noting that 39 percent of men and 42 percent of women have admitted to masturbating to colleagues’ social media photos. 51 percent of women assumed men were doing this already, but “only 21 percent of guys thought maybe their female co-workers would masturbate to their photos.”

When it comes to Facebook stalking, U.K. women lead the way, with 67 percent admitting they look at their hot colleague’s photos, while only 38 percent of American women admitted to doing the same.

U.K. and U.S. men, on the other hand, are much more similar, each reporting 58 percent and 61 percent “yes” answers respectively.

Sugarcookie says this behavior might seem a bit disturbing.

“Maybe it’s because it’s taboo to fantasize about someone at work. Mixing work and pleasure can be considered very naughty,” Sugarcookie concludes. “There’s nothing wrong with fantasizing about someone… the term ‘online stalking’ sounds creepy, but as long as you keep it harmless and healthy, you’re not breaking any laws by looking at public social media profiles.” is a U.K.-based men’s adult lifestyle site with more than 300,000 monthly visitors who come for informative articles about pop culture, sex, sci-fi/fantasy films, fashion, advice, food and entertainment alongside exclusive homemade hardcore video clips and free cam shows.