We knew we were being naughty and we knew that if our parents or other friends found out about it, it would be the end of our little secret.
It only happened over the space of a few months whenever her dining room was free, but it was enough to be involved in the kind of pornographic conversations revealed by Channel 4 News.
But does all this sexting mean that people are actually cheating?
More than two-thirds of respondents said they had "cheated" with someone solely online, while three quarters confirmed that they successfully cheated in real life as a result.
This could include text or photos, or both.) Of the 5,187 adults who answered the survey, women were more likely than men to engage in the researchers' definition of "sexting" with people outside their marriage—almost 83 percent compared to almost 67 percent—with the female 25-29 age group having the highest incidence of sexting.
(After age 30, women seem to slow down on the sexting.) And, among those groups, women were 1.3 times more likely to send nude photos of themselves than men.
Although 33 percent of males in the survey and 40 percent of females were unmarried, it's not unreasonable to expect that the majority of those who use Ashley Madison are already looking to have an affair, and are therefore more likely to already be in the cheating mindset."It seems that, at some point in a relationship, we need the physical, face-to-face contact.Part of the reason for this may be that, ultimately, humans are social creatures." So if you happen to find your partner sending Anthony Weiner-esque photos to an online "friend," it sounds as if there's some likelihood that your partner is preparing to go beyond mere flirtatious texts.Samantha, it should be mentioned, is a computer-operating system.But that doesn’t seem to subtract from the carnal abandon.