According to one survey, 20% of Americans 18-34 have used a smartphone during sex.
Now, if that involved using the smartphone to look at porn with one hand while …
I kinda don’t think so. I think the survey was talking about actual two-person sex:
20% of US 18-34 year olds have admitted to having used a smartphone during sex (Harris Interactive) and Twitter users on average have shorter relationships than non users (OK Cupid) – is tech just turning us off?
A recent poll for Durex (OnePoll) on the UK’s sex life revealed shocking statistics including 12% of people had answered a phone during sex, one in ten had read a text and over 5% of respondents had even checked Facebook while making love.
Answering the phone? What’s that about?
She: “I’m sorry, I need to take this.”
He: “Um, isn’t that what you were just doing, Sweetheart”
He: “This might be for me.”
She: “So was this.”
Checking Facebook? Going at it all hot and heavy and suddenly you’re inspired to see what recipes your mom has posted? I think you need to make an appointment with Dr. Freud, there, Sparky.
Promise me this. If you are one of those people who find other things to do during sex, you’ll do your partner a favor and set her (or him) free. Really.
I like tech. I really like tech. But there’s a time and a place for everything.
If your phone rings during sex, and you decide to answer it, trust me when I tell you it’s not Ed McMahon wanting to give you a million dollars. Ed McMahon is dead. And so, apparently, is your relationship.