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If you dare to sext, you better be OK with people other than the person you sent the racy message to seeing it!
The Doctors examine a recent Indiana University study that found 25 percent of people getting the raunchy text messages show the messages and the photos and videos to other people – translation: your crush's friends have seen your naked photos! The study found that on average those who share their sexts, share with three other people.
The study discovered that 66 percent of men and 78 percent of women say they sext in order to keep their relationship flirty.
When it comes to sending racy photos, a lot more people are getting them compared to sending them with only 16 percent admitting they’ve sent sexual photos and 23 percent say they’ve received them.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork’s takeaway from this study, “assume everything is public!” Plus, find out what The Doctors have to say about Anthony Weiner’s latest sexting scandal in the video above!