Women Would Rather Go on the Internet Than Have Sex
Woman have begun embracing certain internet-based technologies even more than men, but may be doing so at the expense of sex.
A new survey has found that the more time women spend online, the less time they have for sex.
NBCU polled men and women between the ages of 18 and 54 on their technology habits. Respondents were asked what three things they couldn't do without for a month. While the Internet and sleep were picked by both genders, men also picked sex, whereas women cited showers .
Researchers found that 54 percent of women owned a smart phone, as opposed to 46 percent of men. According to the survey, the ladies are now also more likely to have downloaded a gaming app, more likely to own a Nintendo Wii, and more likely use social networking than the fellows.