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Is “Sexting” Cheating?
Is “Sexting” Cheating?

Do you consider “sexting” cheating?

A new poll from YouGov and the Huffington Post finds almost all of us say “Yes”.

85% of women and 74% of men believe “sexting” is cheating.

They also found 70% of women consider it betrayal of trust if their partner formed a “deep emotional connection” with someone over the Internet…although only half of men agree.

The survey found that far more women consider kissing another person cheating than men– 60 to 34% respectively.

Adults aged 65 and up were most likely to be upset if their spouse started connecting with someone online, with 69-percent saying so.

Step One:  NEVER sext…OK?  :-)

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