Aside from in-person flirting, social media is the most common way teens express interest in someone they have a crush on.Although most teen romantic relationships do not start online, digital platforms serve as an important tool for flirting and showing romantic interest.
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A new Pew Research Center survey of 13- t0 17-year-olds examines how teens flirt, date and even break up in the digital age.
Here are six key findings: When it comes to meeting romantic partners, most teens do this offline.
Only 8% of teens say they have met a romantic partner online.
For the small share of teen daters who have met a romantic partner over the internet, Facebook was cited more than any other social media site as a way that teens connect with potential partners.
Teens also flirt by sharing something funny or interesting with their crush online (46%) or sending flirtatious messages (31%).
Less popular flirting tactics include making their crush a music playlist (11%), sending flirty or sexy pictures or videos of themselves (10%) or making a video (7%). Nearly three-quarters (72%) of teen daters say they spend time texting with their partner daily.
Some 30% of teen daters say they have blocked an ex from texting them.
While there are no gender differences when it comes to removing an ex from their phone contact list or blocking a former partner from texting them, teen girls with relationship experience (44%) are more likely than their male counterparts (31%) to block or unfriend an ex on social media.
Technology can make teens feel more connected and closer to their partner; it can also cause feelings of jealousy and uncertainty.