17th Annual Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament

Monday, June 5, 2017

LOVE IN A DIGITAL WORLD

How soon in a relationship a couple have sex is a very personal decision, but 80% of women and 58% of men say Facebook, texting and other social media tools that help people stay connected lead to earlier first-time sex. That's the word from the annual sex survey by Shape and Men's Fitness magazines. Despite the strong feeling that Facebook rushes things, only 38% of women admit they actually have had sex sooner than they otherwise would have because of the influence of digital intimacy.
  • Texting is the No. 1 way lovers keep in touch with one another. 
  • Men text their lover 39% more frequently than phone, while women text 150% more often. 
  • Before the first date, 70% of women and 63% of men use Google and other online search tools for background screening. 
  • 65% said they have been asked out on a date via text. 
  • 49% said they have been asked out on a date through a Facebook message. 
  • Once a couple clicks, 72% of women say they have looked up their boyfriend's ex-girlfriends on Facebook. 
  • When a couple is having sex and a call or text message is received, 5% of respondents say they glance to see who it is and 1% stop to answer. 
  • Call it digital dumping. 43% of women and 27% of men say they have received a break-up text message. 
  • 81% said they do not de-friend the ex on Facebook. 
  • 75% admit to constantly checking a former lover's Facebook page.

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