Women have a reputation for gossiping way more than men, but a new study out of the University of California, Riverside found that's not exactly true.

The researchers found women do gossip more than men, but only when it comes to saying neutral things about people like, "Hey, did you hear Jesse is moving?"

When it comes to negative gossip and talking about people behind their backs, men do it and love it just as much as women.

The survey also found about 14% of our conversations are gossip, so about 52 minutes' worth a day.

And we're almost 10 times more likely to share gossip about people we know than share celebrity gossip.

Read more at University of California, Riverside.