Facebook can do many things, even help prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections. A new study from the University of Colorado, published in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine, took a group of Facebook users aged 18 to 24 to see if receiving updates from a sexual health-based page or posting content to a news page made them more likely to wear condoms.
One in five college freshmen’s Facebook includes a reference to sex, signaling intent to go get some.
U.K. college students think Facebook and their cell phones are more important than sex.
What are recently divorced, separated or even broken up folks doing on Facebook? I’d say their antics might be fodder for cybersleuths everywhere!
Everyone wants to meet that special someone, even if that special someone just means having a “booty poke”, right? So who’s to say that we can’t be forming those meaningful one night stands via Facebook?
Some 58 percent of men surveyed by Shape and Men’s Fitness said flirting over Facebook, text, and chat helps them get women into bed sooner.
Did this Illinois high schooler take his inspiration to create a Facebook page to rank his classmates’ hotness from early scenes in The Social Network?
Thinking of poking that special friend? You’re not alone.
Could Facebook be the new gateway drug? According to a new study of by Case Western Reserve University in Ohio, social media sites like Facebook and Twitter lead to more risky behavior like drinking, smoking, doing drugs, and having sex.
Over the past few weeks a new trends has become increasingly popular within Facebook Pages: sexual solicitations through the use of sexually suggestive user-generated images. A group of spammers has effectively exploited a weakness in Facebook’s spam prevention: Page fan images. Many of the top Facebook Pages have now become inundated with sexual images that prompt users to date the girl in the photo by clicking a link. Unfortunately for the unsuspecting guys who click the link, there’s no chance of them getting the girl!