Study: Social media cuts down sex between couples
British scientists say social media is intruding into the bedroom to the point that couples there are having less sex than ever.
Researchers say on average couples are having sex less than five times a month. That compares with more than six times a month for the past 20 years.
Researchers say people are taking their tablets and smartphones into the bedroom, using Twitter and Facebook, answering emails.
Researchers say this comes at the same time that sex in movies, television and social networks is more available than ever before.
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