Netflix blamed for ruining sex lives

Netflix and Chill

Really? The person holding the remote isn’t at all to blame for ruining sex lives?

Has this dopey professor not heard of “Netflix and Chill“?

A Cambridge Professor has blamed Netflix and binge-watching on streaming platforms for an alleged decline in sex rates among Britain’s population.

According to the TelegraphProfessor Spigelhalter of Cambridge told an audience at the Hay Festival that people are having less sex and Netflix is to blame for it.

“You can start seeing the changes in society,” he said. “People are having less sex. Sexually active couples between 16 and 64 were asked and the median was five times in the last month in 1990, then four times in 2000 and three times in 2010.”  

“At this rate by 2030, couples are not going to be having any sex at all. Which is a very worrying trend,” he added.

Spiegelhalter went on to explain why he thinks Netflix to be the culprit of this massive libido drop. 

“One of the researchers mentioned the word iPad. I think it’s the box set, Netflix,” the professor explained. “OMG I’ve got to watch the entire second series of Game of Thrones.”

“The point is that this massive connectivity, the constant checking of our phones compared to just a few years ago when TV closed down at 10:30 p.m. or whatever and there was nothing else to do. Even power cuts, which helps. Now people are having less sex and it’s true.”

So, conservatives, since demography is destiny, we at TruthRevolt urge you to do your part by watching less Netflix.

I’ve actually found streaming television enhancing for my sex life, since we get to watch far more interesting shows that the censor hasn’t passed their beady little eyes across.

The idot prof

 – Truth Revolt


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