But regardless of what they said they believed about digital communication hastening sex, only 38% of women said they had actually slept a partner sooner than they otherwise would have, because of a textual relationship.
(More on Time.com: 5 Little-Known Truths About American Sex Lives) In any case, the survey found that most communication between couples is now happening by text instead of phone: men said they texted 39% more often than they called, and women reported texting 150% more often than phoning.
It’s not even in the heat of sexting, it’s almost a conversation starter for some guys, like a coffee table book; a horrible, flaccid coffee table book.
Here’s what NOT to do: If you must send a picture, keep it from the waist up unless specifically asked.
This doesn’t just apply to you, don’t exaggerate what you’re going to do to her too much either: You want her to know that you’re a strong, passionate lover, but settle down a little pal. This may sound silly and pretentious but let me explain: when someone is texting you and you each have an i Phone you’ll get this in your chat window: Is she typing? I asked my female friends what they’re actually doing while sexting and, unfortunately, some of the results might make you sad: But don’t look at that as a bad thing.