So has the internet and social media made views on sex and relationships better or worse?

Because of Snapchat’s “disappearing” feature, sexting became much easier because photos or videos would disappear after they were viewed.

But Snapchat is not the only place where sharing of explicit images and videos happen.

The term #Relationship Goals is ever becoming a popular trend where couples take selfies of themselves and post it on popular social media sites like Facebook, Instagram, and Facebook.

Retweeting or sharing other couple’s photos with the hashtag is also something which is popping up every now and then on social media with couples sharing aspects of their personal lives on the internet through pictures and video.

The rise of dating apps like Tinder has apparently had some effect on this.

But is the Ghanaian community receptive to these dating apps and online dating?I would love to have data on more on this topic but Ghanaians tend to be “shy” and “timid” when asked questions about this.But one day, more topics like #Future Africa Sex can be discussed and we can have real life conversations. We’ll see where we are in a couple of years down the road when it comes to open discussions about sex and relationships.Then the internet age came in and kind of changed a lot of things including perceptions.There have been good and bad effects caused by the internet in the society.Some personal views on sex in Ghana are largely the same but there does appear to be evolving opinions on issues like premarital sex and sexual relations.