The Great Australian Sex Census Decodes Sex Technology Habits of Australians
By Indrani Bhattacharyya | July 22, 2014 1:16 PM EST
Sex, an integral part of conjugal life, gets affected in many ways; latest addition to the list is technology.
According to the most recent data produced by The Great Australian Sex Census, the significant influence of technology, especially smartphone has in an individual’s sex life has been deduced.
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Reports suggests more than 17,000 Australians share great details of every aspect of their sexual lives, including whether they ever created any sex tape or watched pornographic videos.
It was found that around a third of men and women (29.6 per cent) have preferred to appear in their own sex tape and nearly half (47.10 per cent) of Australians have admitted to transferring random nude pictures through their mobile phone.
Data shows construction workers are higher at numbers who love making a sex tape, while transport workers indulge more in sending nude photos via their mobile.
People working in defense and employees of emergency service usually keep nude photo of their current partners on their phone and are also most likely to store kinky photos of their ex partners on their phones.
70 per cent of Australians confirm that they cherish watching adult videos, in this study. Western Australians led with 75.4 per cent reporting to be happy viewers. Those in the ACT have least preference when it comes (62.7 per cent) to watch porn.
The data also reveals more than half of Australians interact with a happy couple who met each other through online dating, and nearly 40 per cent seemed to be willing enough to try online dating themselves.
Nearly a third built intimate relationship with someone they met online.
“People from the Northern Territory have the highest percentages nationwide in both videotaping sex (42.2 per cent) and sending naked photos via their mobile (59.1 per cent). Residents of ACT are least likely to dabble in sex tapes (26 per cent) and nude selfies (41.2 per cent).”
In today’s world, many of us don’t mind enjoying technology based sexual bonding, whether it’s good or bad, only time will tell.
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