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Only 1% of respondents said that they used apps to get a better understanding of sexually-transmitted diseases.But apps and cellphones are just the beginning, believes Dr Eve, who predicts sex and technology are going to become far more entwined.Crimes recorded this way are unlikely to appear on future records or checks, unless the young person has been involved in other similar activities which may indicate that they're a risk.Find out more about legislation on child abuse images.If you want to talk to someone or feel like talking to a strangers on a free chat app.
On the other end of the global sexting scale is Japan, where only one-third admitted to engaging in sexting.
“This increase suggests that incorporating tech into our private lives is becoming normal.
Sexting may be becoming a new, but typical, step in a sexual or romantic relationship,” says Amanda Gesselman, a research scientist at the Kinsey Institute.
“All over the world sexting has become the language of communication, but we in the therapeutic world need to get people to communicate face-to-face and voice-to-voice because we are seeing the damage that is being created,” Dr Eve says.
But hi-tech commentator Arthur Goldstuck says the survey should be taken with a pinch of salt. It’s people who want to talk about sex.” South Africans are not only sending naughty messages via their cellphones - they are using these devices for further sexual gratification.
Johannesburg - Getting turned on for many South Africans now means first having to turn on their smartphones, that is.