The Percentage Of People Who Check Their Phones During Sex Will Shock You
Around 10 percent of people reportedly check their phones while engaged in sexual activity.
The New York Post reported the following:
The research released by SureCall, a manufacturer of cellular signal boosters, surveyed 1,000 people. They also found that, among that 10 percent of phone-checkers, 43 percent are repeat offenders.
Millennials, unsurprisingly, are the likeliest to give into the romp-disrupting habit. People in the 18-to-34 age group were found to be almost twice as likely to check their phone during hanky panky than 35-to-51-year-olds.
Now, I’m not a dude who really knows anything about the opposite sex. As one YouTube commenter would like you to know, I’m probably terrible with women. (SLIDESHOW: These Women On Instagram Hate Wearing Clothes)
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) June 8, 2018
Despite not knowing much about women or sex, I have a strong feeling that women wouldn’t be pumped about you casually checking your phone during sex.
Sure, maybe you need to get an update on the game, but the better question is why are you even having sex during the game? The damn game is on! You have your whole life to chase women, but the game is only being played once. (SLIDESHOW: 142 Times Josephine Skriver Barely Wore Anything)
However, if you are engaged in sexual activity, I’d suggest putting the phone down. You’re asking to engage in relations with a woman. You’re not trying to get stabbed. (SLIDESHOW: 71 Times Samantha Hoopes Stripped Down)
Straight up, if a woman ever checks her phone during sex, I’m just going to assume that she’s no longer interested. I’m not sure there’s any more cclear-cutway to tell your partner you don’t care than whipping out the old cell phone mid-act.
Gentlemen, take my advice and put the phone away. I’m potentially saving your life.