Does Sexting Improve Adult Sexual Relationships?

Wiederhold, Brenda K.
November 2015
CyberPsychology, Behavior & Social Networking;Nov2015, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p627
Academic Journal
The article discusses studies on the negative consequences of sexting. Particular focus is given to the findings of the studies conducted on college undergraduates that a number of men and women were coerced into sexting and such behavior was related to physical sex coercion and intimate partner violence.


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