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Sunday, August 25, 2019

People Who Use Emojis Have More Sexual Encounters, Scientific Study Finds

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A new scientific study reveals that people who use more emojis have more sex escapades.

Kinsey Institute's researchers surveyed more than 5,000 people to know how the use of emojis impacted their daily lives and how it affected their relationships.

Researchers found out along with the 275 participants that sex and emojis are correlated to each other. And that people who use emojis are more sexually active.

They also concluded that people who often use symbols and emojis are more likely happy with their dates, kiss, and number of sexual intercourse.

The study reads:

Modern relationship-seekers must master faster and shorter methods of communicating self-disclosure and affect.

We find that the use of emojis allows daters to communicate important affective information to potential partners which facilitates successful intimate connection and more romantic and sexual opportunities.

The study explains:

As many romantic and sexual connections are initiated via computer-mediated communication (CMC), emojis may be useful tools in creating the elementary units of intimacy between partners.

We argue that emoji use imbues CMC with aspects of expression, emotional valence, and affect that takes advantage of evolved social-psychological`` features of human communication, which in turn can promote the development of intimate relationships.

However, the study didn't suggest how many emojis are needed to increase sexual relationship.

Published by Mark Lester, Lucis Philippines

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