Sexting and Posting Sexual Images Could Be "Normative Behaviors," Study Finds
Sexual Medicine Reviews: New Edition Now Online
Sexting and posting sexual images of oneself online are not psychopathological behaviors, according to new research in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
The finding is based on a study of 283 military veterans in the United States.
Just over half of the participants had sexted before, and 16% had posted sexual images on the internet.
While neither behavior was considered psychopathological, posting sexual images was associated with impulsivity and hypersexuality.
Learn more about the study, including the authors' recommendations for future research, here.
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