In this digital age, sexting is just a normal part of dating. Usually, though, we assume that our dirty texts full of eggplant and winky face emojis are only being seen by the person we send them to. A recent study has revealed that might not be the case.

For the study, which was conducted by the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University, researchers surveyed 5,085 single adults between the ages of 21 and 75. They found that while 73% of those polled said that they'd be uncomfortable having their sexts being shared, 23% admitted that they had shared sexts that had been sent to them with an average of more than three different friends.