Survey Reveals the Sexting Habits of Men and Women

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Sex Education

Adult products company Adamandeve.com released Tuesday the findings from its new survey that asked over 1,000 adults about their sexting habits.

Overall, 35% of Americans admit to sexting (sending sexually explicit photographs or messages via cell phone). Interestingly, 32% of men said they sexted compared to 38% of women.

“Sexting has become a part of our culture,” says Dr. Kat Van Kirk, resident sexpert for adamandeve.com. “It can be used as a form of flirtation or foreplay… or as a substitution for sex itself. People need to remember, however, that once an image has been sent, they no longer have control over it.”

Meanwhile, We-Vibe, which offers pleasure product for couples, has launched the We-Vibe 4 Plus, an app-compatible vibrator. According to the company, the vibrator allows couples to keep their flame ignited—together or apart. The free app, We-Connect, provides couples the opportunity to control their partners’ vibration across the room or from anywhere in the world.

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“Adam & Eve encourages adults to explore their sexuality in a safe, positive way,” says adamandeve.com director of Marketing Chad Davis. “While sexting can be a part of a healthy sex life, adamandeve.com carries a variety of couples’ games and toys that don’t have the risks sexting does.”

The web-based survey, conducted by an independent third party survey company, of over 1,000 American adults age 18 and up, was sponsored by Adam & Eve to study sexual preferences and practices.

Photo courtesy: Adam & Eve

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Rakesh Raman