Distance is not letting the flame die out in relationships in the UK as Brits make time for erotic video chats!

Many do it to spice up their sex life!

Many do it to spice up their sex life!

 

UK Medix found that 21% of adults partake in sexy video chats with their partners with 55% engaging in this activity once a month, with a cheeky 11% doing it every week or more!

The main reason for video chatting of such a raunchy nature was mostly because couples wanted to spice up their sex life and have a bit more excitement in the bedroom, 33%.

 

31% very legitimately said that they don’t live with their partners and as a means of having regular sexual interaction use a video chat to satisfy their needs between meetings.

 

25% said that it allowed them to express themselves more easily and be more open about sex.  

 

Many films have showcased when video chats can go horribly wrong. In John Tucker Must Die, the love interest is asked to put on a pair of girls underpants and climb into his girlfriend’s room who is teasing him by wearing some sexy lingerie. Once he is inside the room, he realises that it is actually his teacher’s.

 

In American Pie Jim does a sexy dance for the exchange student which then gets broadcast to the entire school.

 

Clearly foreplay has evolved with the introduction of the digital age, as 24% of couples use video chart as a means of getting themselves in the mood while they are both in the same house!

Facetime on the I Phone and Skype were the preferred means of access to some sweaty time with their partners.

 

71% of participants were so absorbed in their special time with their partner that they had not stopped to think about the consequences of the video getting hacked or becoming viral.

 

Bex said:

 

I sent naked pictures of myself to a guy I was supposed to be meeting up with for a ‘friends with benefits’ relationship. A sit turned out we didn’t meet and fell out not long after, I have no idea what he did with the pictures!’

51% said that they have erotic pictures and videos of their partners on their phones and so would not blink an eye when it came to worrying about others accessing their pictures and videos.

 

Ella said:

‘I have had phone sex with my boyfriend but I would never do anything over the web, I would be to worried that it got out!’

 

A huge 33% had unfortunately been caught in the act of having a video chat with their partner, 65% of which were family members! *Cringe*

 

Sarah Bailey of UKMedix.com commented on the findings of the study:

 

“We’re always interested in the non-medical steps that Britons take towards improving their sex lives, and it seems that erotic video chats prove very popular with couples across the nation. Saucy videos can, of course, help give things a boost by adding an element of excitement to your relationship- but it’s vital you take steps to ensure your privacy if you’re going to go ahead with it. Ensuring your privacy settings through the app or device you use is up to date, or in fact that you have privacy settings in place in the first place, is key! A locked door is also a good idea- particularly for those we polled who’d accidentally been caught in the act by a family member. It will definitely ensure your erotic encounters are kept between you and your partner, and avoid the risk of a red face at the breakfast table.”

 


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  1. by Isabelle 28th Aug 2013 13:18

    Its the best way to inject the spark back into your relationship!

  2. by mostirreverent 29th Aug 2013 06:36

    Clearly foreplay has evolved with the introduction of the digital age, as 24% of couples use video chart as a means of getting themselves in the mood while they are both in the same house!

    I'm not buying this one!