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Studies Indicate Young People Are Having Less Sex. But Why?

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Adolescents and people in their early twenties are becoming sexually active later and are having sex less often than previous generation, according to several recent studies. Kate Julian delves into the the possible reasons behind this reported dip in sexual activity for December’s issue of the Atlantic. Forum talks with Julian and other guests about changing sexual practices and notions of intimacy. And we’d like to hear from you — if you’re having less sex these days, tell us why.

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Why Are Young People Having So Little Sex? (The Atlantic)


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