Study: Half Of U.S. Adults Use Phones For Sexting

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Study: Half Of U.S. Adults Use Phones For Sexting

According to a recent study from the security software company McAfee, more than half of U.S. adults have used their cell phones to send or receive sexually suggestive content including videos, photos, emails, and text messages. What do you think?

  • “These sick individuals adding spice to their healthy sex lives should be ashamed of themselves!”

    Maggie Olson
  • “If sexting is so common then why does my autocorrect keep turning ‘throbbing cock’ into ‘trombone Xochitl’?”

    Ben Warren
    File Clerk
  • “I miss the simpler times before phones when you just flashed a person on the street you liked.”

    Michael Milligan
    Equipment Manager