You Won't Believe How Many Young Moms Use Cell Phone During Sex
72% Are Frustrated With Facebook
Mothers are supposed to be experts at multitasking, but this is just ridiculous. A new survey reports that 12 percent of younger mothers use their smart phones during sex.
Whether you're checking your Twitter feed or leaving an anonymous hate message on your ex-boyfriend's blog, using your phone during sex doesn't seem to be much of a faux pas anymore.
At least not for the 1 out of 10 young mothers who report doing it.
So how do they do it? Do they have one hand on their phone and the other on the bed post? If they're occupied with Angry Birds, are they even enjoying the sex? No one knows.
The survey, Moms And Media 2 from magazine publisher Meredith Parents Network, was unable to gather "any anecdotal data about the how's and why's" of the study, leaving us to contemplate the mysterious logistics of distracted phone sex on our own.
The survey found a number of other interesting statistics from what they call "Millenial Moms," born between 1977 and 1994:
- 21% use their phones in the bathroom.
- They have an average of 13 apps on their phones.
- 80% are on Facebook, but 53% said it's a waste of time and 72% are frustrated with the social network's recent policy changes.
- The number of moms who watch live TV is declining: 41% said they watched TV in 2011, compared to 55% the year before.