Generations have less sex

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We live in one of the most sexually liberated times of human history. Access to new technologies over the past 40 years, whether it is the contraceptive pill, or dating apps such as Grindr and Tinder, have opened a new world of possibilities. As the sexual revolution of the s matured, societal norms shifted with it, with increasing acceptance of homosexuality, divorce, pre-marital sex, and alternative relationships such as polyamory and swinging. The declines were similar across gender, race, region, educational level and work status, with married people reporting the most significant drops.

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People are having less sex, and the decline is being seen among younger adults, particularly men. The trend may have more to do with the internet and dating apps than morality, fear of pregnancy, or easy access to porn. About 1 in 3 men ages 18 to 24 years reported no sexual activity in the past year, according to a new study published in JAMA Network Open. Between and , past-year sexual inactivity rose from almost 19 percent to almost 31 percent among men ages 18 to 24, according to researchers led by Dr. Sexual inactivity among women of the same age remained relatively constant, rising from 15 percent to 19 percent over the same time period.

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Dating apps such as Tinder and Bumble may have made "hooking up" arranging sex easier than ever but experts believe the generation traditionally associated with the most free and easy times — young people — are having far less fun under the covers than their parents' generation. Alannah Tommasoni, 22, says "people my age are not having a lot of sex". Credit: Jason South. The "Millennial sex recession" was first coined just over a year ago by American publication The Atlantic , which ran a feature highlighting an American study revealing young people born in the s and '90s were more than twice as likely to report having no sexual partners as adults compared to people born in the s and '70s. Among those aged , 15 per cent reported having had no sexual partners since age 18, compared to 6 per cent of those born in the '60s and '70s.