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Eighteen percent want a long-term relationship, and the same percentage desires a short-term scenario — a situation where a couple wants to see one another multiple times but isn't looking to go the distance. "The idea of the familiarity there but with no romantic connection, it seems to be putting people off of it," Gesselman said."Friends with benefits usually comes from being friends first, so you might have an attraction to someone that you are friends with first or that is in your friends circle, and then it becomes sexual after some event or talking about it.
But I think that people are less likely to consider that with someone that they don't already know or that there's no prior familiarity with."The findings, titled "Technology & Modern Sexuality: Results from Clue and Kinsey's International Sex Survey," include more than 140,000 responses from Clue app users and people who answered social media posts.
He is loyal to Ilana's friends, answers late-night panicked calls and even provides her with free dental work.
They genuinely care about one another, and the relationship continues consistently for months, all while Ilana still sees other people.
Clue, which tracks fertility, periods and sexual activity, partnered with Kinsey to find out more about how people are using technology in their dating and sex lives. While 96 percent of the respondents identified as women, Gesselman said, the information they received from men proved informative. Four percent of men, versus 2 percent of women, use an app to become comfortable with their partner's body.
Here are more points of interest from the study.• Men are more likely to use an app to make sexual relationships better. The same percentage of men use technology to learn about safer sex, whereas only 1 percent of women do.
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Maybe we're heeding the admonitions of oft-ridiculed romantic comedies.
Or maybe we're deciding that regular sex without a romantic connection can be a recipe for a broken heart.
"Now (your phone) really is incorporated into every aspect of your life, so it makes sense that it would be more incorporated into people's sex lives now than it was five years ago."• Sexually experienced people are as likely to use an app to learn about sex as those who are inexperienced. 19 percent (experienced) and 17 percent (no experience).
Gesselman said she expected the inexperienced to learn more on technology for confidence."What that's really showing is that there's some ...