If you think exchanging sexy texts with a mate is strange, believe it or not, you're in the minority. It turns out, a new study finds that in this day in age, not sexting is actually weird.
According to research from the Kinsey Institute, which looked at 140,000 people in 198 countries, sexting is pretty normal in relationships these days, with 67% of adults admitting they’ve engaged in some sexting. Overall, Americans are the biggest sexters, with 74% of those in the U.S. saying they've done some sexting, with South Africans coming in second, and those in Japan and South Korea the least likely to sext.
As for the most common ways to sext, text messages are still the most popular option, with 65% of Americans 18 and over simply sending sexty texts to a partner, while 38% use Snapchat.
ONE MORE THING! The study also finds that a third of folks in the U.S. have looked for love, or just sex, on apps like Tinder. Overall, 36% have used it to find some sort of real relationship, while 20% are on it just to hook up.
Source: New York Post