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Has Technology Ruined Your Sex Life?

I'm a huge fan of all the technological advances that have been springing up in the last 10 years. Huge plasma TVs, laptops, wireless Internet, and iPhones are so much a part of our lives now, it's hard to shut them off. It's almost second nature to curl up in bed and watch funny videos on your laptop or check work email before bed, but I can tell you right now, technology isn't very romantic. In fact, technology has been known to strain relationships, so ladies, I have to ask — has technology affected your sex life?


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pink_magnetism pink_magnetism 9 years
I'm only 24 so the technology has pretty much been around my whole dating life, so I wouldn't know any different.
laneylaney laneylaney 9 years
We used to have one desktop computer and now we each have laptops and i think it's definitely more of a disconnect.
rpenner rpenner 9 years
Kind of...we don't have any technology in the bedroom (it's our rule) but we did have more sex outside of the bedroom before my boy got caught up with his laptop and video games.
Random2 Random2 9 years
No. We'll cuddle watching TV and my guy likes to have some TV show playing (on mute) when he goes to sleep, but neither of us is to addicted to something we can't put it down or use something so much is becomes problematic.
jedimasterarmi jedimasterarmi 9 years
Nope! when ever it starts to, i strip down and stand in front of the tv. that usually takes care of it.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 9 years
Not really. Sometimes we watch tv too late and end up falling asleep before we get busy but not newer technology.
SassyK SassyK 9 years
My boyfriend plays almost 8 hours of World of Warcraft a day..I joke it's his new girlfriend. Seriously though it sucks.
WhatTheFrockBlog WhatTheFrockBlog 9 years
Well, I really AM on Teamsugar WAY too much! :rotfl:
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 9 years
techology = technology...
popgoestheworld popgoestheworld 9 years
We have no techology in our bedroom, other than alarm clocks. No TV and our laptops don't ever make appearances. We both spend enough time working during the day. The idea of bringing into the bedroom is not appealing at all.
bbkf bbkf 9 years
No phones, tv, computers or work-related stuff in the bedroom. It makes for a happy marriage ;-)
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years
NO! My bf knows betetr then to play his vids when I am home. SOMETIMES I et him, but he always asks first...he knows that we dont' get a lot of oppurtunities to do NOTHING together, so he understands that I hate when he geeks out when it's just us two home.
stefsprl stefsprl 9 years
My hubby is always on his laptop, but in his defense, it's usually work-related. At some point in the evening one of us will announce that it's time to put the laptops away so we can hang out. And we have a strict no-TV rule in the bedroom. We've never had one in there, and we never plan to, and I think it helps a lot.
Beaner Beaner 9 years
My man always has a gadget in his hand. A phone, a computer, an iPod, a remote control. Sometimes I have to take it out of his hand and be like, "Hello?! Remember me?" It's an ongoing joke with us now.
joeyicon22 joeyicon22 9 years
YES. My boyfriend never wants to cuddle anymore, he just runs away to play his video games :(
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