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Have You Used Your Mobile Phone During Sex

Have You Used Your Mobile Phone During Sex

According to a new research Aussies getting intimate with their mobile phones. More than 1 million Australians have used their mobile phone during sex!

Be honest, have you used your mobile phone during sex?

Australia’s mobile phone addiction has hit a new low, with one in 20 Aussies admitting to checking their device during sex, a national survey by one of Australia’s biggest comparison websites finder.com.au has revealed.

Let’s see in details about this very interesting finder.com.au survey, which questioned 1010 Australians, showed two in five (41%) take their phone to the toilet with them, 32% text and drive, and 29% use their mobile at petrol stations despite the warnings.
– 1 in 3 Aussies (32%) sleep with their phone in bed at least two to three nights a week

Top tips on how to break your phone dependency

Have You Used Your Mobile Phone During SexBut that’s small fry compared to a long list of phone faux pas’ committed by Australian mobile phone users.

  • Checking their phone during a movie (17%) or on an aeroplane (11%) round out the top five bad habits.

Alex Kidman, Telco Expert at finder.com.au, said “while technology was changing the way we interact, there was a line – and thousands of Australians had crossed it.”

“There is such a thing as smartphone addiction, and you’d have to argue that those who whip out their phone during sex fall into that dangerous category,” he said.

We’re so addicted that one device isn’t enough: with 31 million2 active mobile phone accounts in Australia, that’s equivalent to 1.8 phones per adult. But it doesn’t stop there.

  • Our dependency goes as far as seeing our devices joining us between the sheets: one-third (32%) of Australians say they sleep with their phones in bed at last two to three nights a week. Of them, a staggering 20% keep their phones with them in bed every night.
  • With checking our phones now firmly embedded in our morning routines, the new research revealed just how extreme this habit has become. One in four (23%) Australians check their phones after five to 10 minutes of waking up, 13% do so after just one minute and 8% within 30 seconds of opening their eyes.

Have You Used Your Mobile Phone During Sex

“Given how indispensable smartphones have become for Australians, perhaps these figures aren’t entirely surprising,” said Kidman. “When you consider the range of ways we use our phones, whether we’re into social media, sexting, video creation or checking stock portfolios, having easy and constant access to your phone is fast becoming a social norm and expected, rather than an oddity.

For updated information, please check finder.com.au

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Written by Frederique Bros

Frederique Bros is a contributor for Women Love Tech. Frederique, who launched the website, has more than ten years in multimedia, graphic and web design. Born in France, she lives in Sydney with her French Bulldog Oscar.

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