NBR reports a sad statistic from America, which I suspect would be replicated here:
A US study asked 2000 men and women if they'd rather go two weeks without sex or the internet.
The Intel-funded research, reported in no lesser organ than The New York Times, found 46% of women and 30% of men would rather swear-off sex for two weeks than give up the net.
Sad, very sad.
Unrecorded is the number of people who prefer sex ON the internet. Or the number of frequent internet users with whom sex is something to avoid rather than endure. Care to speculate on those percentages?