Social media vs intimate bedroom frolics shock

A new survey was conducted that showed Social media vs intimate bedroom frolics, and the results are kind of a shock. Results came in after the UK study that has seen the first signs of decline in bedroom frolics, and this has been put down to social networking.

If social media becomes the new sex rather than the real deal, surely this means the film called Demolition Man starring Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes and Sandra Bullock will become reality. Do you remember the part in the film where Bullock and Stallone had sex without having to touch each other where they just used high-tech gadgetry?

We have seen the latest news of National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles via The Lancet; this survey is only conducted every 10 years in the UK and was created by the University College London in partnership with researchers from the National Centre for Social Research and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

According to the research 15,000 Britons were included in the survey, they were between the ages of aged 16-74 and the results showed that they have sex a lot less now a month, some few than five times a month on average. The age range has now been put up to 74; more news can be seen via Natsal.

Has the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and other social media networks killed the art of love making?

Do you prefer bedroom frolics or social media?

Social media vs intimate bedroom frolics shock