LONDON (Defecated News) - A new study from the Institute Of New Studies has suggested that the rise in non-personal communication methods and rise in remote and mobile technology could result in a natural birth control phenomenon. Statistics show that since the rise of SMS and email messages, people are having less physical contact with the opposite sex.
The problem appears to be on the increase with new mobile phones providing full internet capabilities. It's now normal for a man to be Googling in the loo rather than canoodling with the missus.
Such reduction in personal touch and contact also creates less positive hormone production such as cortisol, which helps prevent depressive states of mind. Not good.
Flip side? This sort of trend could lead in less kids being born and a reduced strain on natural and economical resources.