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Collins , Marc N. Elliott , Sandra H. Berry , David E. Kanouse , Dale Kunkel , Sarah B. Hunter , Angela Miu. Use Adobe Acrobat Reader version 10 or higher for the best experience. The average American teenager watches three hours of television a day.
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Before HBO and Netflix, you didn't have many options if you wanted to watch a no-holds-barred, graphic, sexy sex scene. But the age of streaming changed all that, and now not only can you watch literally any kind of sex scene you want, whenever you want, you can also catch some down-and-dirty sex on your favorite TV shows Friends would never! Sex is a normal, healthy, essential part of being a human in this world, and it's only right that some of the best TV shows out there reflect that. On that note, here are the most hot, graphic, and in some cases groundbreaking sex scenes we've seen on the small screen.
The researchers suggests all that time spent catching up on your favorite TV shows is the real culprit, and adjusted their findings for household wealth, age and education. In countries with ubiquitous smartphones, the smartphone might be the real sex-life killer. Between the television set, streaming content and the smartphone, couples have more distractions than ever.