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?Answering the phone? What's that about?
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.
She: "I'm sorry, I need to take this."or
He: "Um, isn't that what you were just doing, Sweetheart"
He: "This might be for me."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.
She: "So was this."
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.