MoneyWatch Ever notice how often people are glued to their mobile phones, like they've forgotten how to put them down? Well, it's worse than you thought. According to a recent study carried out by Harris Interactive for mobile payment vendor Junio, people are using their phones at what polite company might consider the most inappropriate of places. Hat tip to the Center for Media Research. On top of what people admit to doing with their own phones, almost 29 percent admitted to snooping on the phones of others. When asked of single people, the number jumped to 42 percent.
Cell phone use during sex? Believe it
mobile phones: For sex workers, mobile phone becomes a double-edged sword - The Economic Times
Living without a mobile phone can cause sexual problems and a blow to confidence, Italian researchers said. Codacons, a consumer association in Italy, took away the mobile phones of volunteers for 15 days and studied their reactions. As many as 48 of the volunteers in Ischia, Italy, said they refused sex during the study. Some of the other side effects reported included loss of appetite and depression.
For sex workers, mobile phone becomes a double-edged sword
The proliferation of smartphones has now reached almost total saturation. It may even be more accurate to call phones without a data plan "dumb" and make "smartphones" the default. Now the technology has begun its invasion into the final frontier. According to a new set of surveys, one in five American adults between ages 18 and 34 now uses his or her smartphone during sex. How, exactly, people are using the device during sex is unknown.
Love it or hate it, sexual health education in the U. Efforts like volunteer teaching programs, fundraising, and awareness campaigns strive to give today's youth the information they need to make healthy decisions, but perhaps one of the most powerful moves made in this arena has been the push to use SMS and mobile applications to reach teens with comprehensive, factual information on sex and sexual health. After all, what better way is there to reach a teenager than through their cell phone?