No stranger to the onslaught of Friday night booty calls? You might be surprised to learn that most sexting actually occurs on Tuesdays between 10 a.m. and noon, a new survey has found. Read More
Sext and the City
Teen sexting is the source of much parental pearl-clutching, and between peer pressure and the rise of revenge porn, you can hardly blame them for worrying.
Unfortunately, a tone-deaf new app from the British charity Childline, which aims to help teens just say no to sexting, should be about as effective as replacing dance parties with Bible study. Read More
America’s kookiest sexter, Sydney Leathers, is using her Twitter account to push a hookup app by assuring people that it will enable them to “pull an Anthony Weiner,” because she apparently believes that is something people want to do these days. Read More
We’re about to string some terrible words together, so bare with us: millennial couples just can’t stop sexting each other.
The disturbing results come from a new survey that people who are in a serious relationship or co-habitating are the most frequent sexters — and they do it much more frequently than us singletons.
The survey surmises two plausible reasons for couples’ affection for sexting. One is that it’s a new way of spicing up their boring relations–or perhaps they’re engaging in suspicious activities and sexting other partners. Read More
Once upon a time in America, people were only distracted during sex by career worries and thoughts of their butts jiggling.
But nowadays, we have cell phones, which at times are much more interesting than coitus could ever be. As a consequence, one in 10 people admits to having used a mobile device during sex, Mashable reports. Read More
Our prediction for employment trends of 2013? A “no sexting” clause in your contract.
The New York Post reports that Scott Sassa, a top executive at Hearst, has been forced to resign after a Los Angeles-based stripper forwarded he sexts he sent her to Hearst’s “very conservative top brass.” Read More