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Study: Millennials having less sex than previous generations

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Joined: 07/02/2013

Found this surprising actually, I wouldn't have guessed current 20-somethings would be having less sex. It's interesting how it correlates with the ubiquity of smart phones.

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"A study published Tuesday in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior finds that younger millennials — born in the 1990s — are more than twice as likely to be sexually inactive in their early 20s as the previous generation was and are more likely even than older millennials were at the same age."

"Among millennials, the effects are most dramatic among those born in the mid-1990s and later — the first cohort to come of age when smartphones were ubiquitous."

"The nature of communication now is anti-sexual,” said Norman Spack, associate clinical professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. “People are not spending enough time alone just together. There’s another gorilla in the room: It’s whatever is turned on electronically."

Joined: 01/18/2012
Uh.. ignoring the fact the

Uh.. ignoring the fact the feminist agenda succeeded in demonizing male sexuality completely and now no one gets along. lol 


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Joined: 06/04/2016
I think them living with

I think them living with parents is it. Even if it's roommates, the whole slutshame factor goes up. 

Joined: 02/09/2015
Where I'm at I'm not

Where I'm at I'm not interested in having sex. I mean I'm still horny but I'm looking to make money and at least with me there's a general correlation of chasing girls and spending money or losing focus away from making money. And for my biz summer is crunch time. So I've mostly stayed in last two months and focused on work. Even passed up a couple booty calls cause of all the time I would waste commuting and hanging out after in order to not make them feel insecure.

I think it's a combo of things. Less money, less favorable employment situations and the resulting crappier logistics all in conjunction with demonization of male sexuality all have something to do w it.

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Joined: 10/01/2014
This dude cracks me up. Valid

This dude cracks me up. Valid points. WARNING: Cringe factor 9000 at the end haha

Joined: 09/21/2017
not surprised

ya, it seems its more common for guys in this generation to enter their 20's and 30's as virgins, for a while losing virginity in teens was the norm for many guys.