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Study Suggests Women Prefer Internet Over Sex 16

Posted by samzenpus
from the you're-not-doing-it-right dept.
jbatista writes "Intel has issued a disturbing news release from a survey. The survey found that sensibly half of the interviewed women claim their preference of Internet over sex. According to the survey, nearly half of women (46 percent) and 30 percent of men would rather go without sex for 2 weeks than give up Internet access for the same amount of time. For women aged 18-34 it was 49 percent and for women aged 35-44 it was 52 percent. For men aged 18-34, it was 39 percent." You don't need the touch of another person when you can get super poked on Facebook.


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Study Suggests Women Prefer Internet Over Sex

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  • So do we! Isn't that just great?
  • Either samzenpus has way too much time available to find amazingly relevant pictures or his idle hands really are the devil's playground.

  • When asked on a survey, half said they preferred the internet to sex. Later, when they wanted sex, all of them wanted sex. Afterwards, half of them said they wanted the internet again. Not determined is how many were using the internet during the intervening times to find sex.

    Of course, we should all respect Intel as a social psychology research organization, every bit as much as we should look to APA's Journal of Personality and Social Psychology for advances in microelectronics.

  • I thought this was a new TCP/IP protocol I was missing out on...

  • What these types of studies usually fail to take into account is the MASSIVE difference between "sex in general" vs "sex with my husband" or "sex with my wife" or just "sex as I know it" etc., which is exactly what most peoples "reference point" of what sex is is based on ... if your wife/husband is fat or old/ugly or there are relationship problems or just poor sex partners, then claiming to prefer the Internet doesn't necessarily mean you prefer the Internet to sex in general, it just means you prefer the

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