A new study out today from a pair of researchers at the University of Rhode Island shows that college-age kids may be as promiscuous electronically as they are in real life, reports the Atlantic Wire. A survey of 204 college students reveals that 67 percent of college students have sent out sexually explicit text messages. An even greater portion, 78 percent, report receiving sexts–i.e. simply sexually explicit texts–at one point, and 56 percent report being sent sexually explicit images on their phones from others… 

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