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Man arrested in Otay Mesa after leading law enforcement on vehicle, foot pursuit. Whether young or old, men or women, Americans appear to be less frisky than they were 10 to 15 years ago. Twenge and colleagues used from an annual nationwide survey to calculate that on average, people in the United States had about nine fewer instances of sex each year during than they did fromthe peak period since the survey started in During this peak period, Americans on average had sex about 62 times each year. While the drop in sexual activity was twice as great among married couples as among single people, declines were seen across all of marital status, age, gender and educational levels.
Twenge said the broad demographic trend can partly be explained by the fact that committed relationships are less common than they used to be. Sex is more likely if people are married or at least living together, experts have documented over the decades. There may also be a deeper cultural change at work, she added. For example, conventional belief would suggest the advent of smartphone apps such as Tinder, which makes it easier than ever for casual relationships to form, would cause sexual activity to increase, especially among the young.
Financial considerations — namely, economic difficulties causing young adults to move back in with their parents, others to forestall marriage or still others to strive harder to make ends meet — are another often-cited factor. But these elements, too, are subject to debate. Citing a key inflection point in data from the national survey, Twenge noted that a steep decline in the of sexual encounters reported each year began in and has not reversed course despite overall improvements in life circumstances since the Great Recession. One working hypothesis is that the rise of on-demand entertainment may be making sex less likely, she said.
Twenge said not enough evidence exists yet to know for sure, but that it is something worth exploring further. She said many of her young students tell her their smartphones are the first thing they look at in the morning and the last thing the see before going to sleep.
Many keep their device under their pillow. The data she and her team analyzed was collected by the annual General Social Survey, a nationally representative poll of more than 26, Americans. While such a query might seem to make people a little uncomfortable, especially when asked over the phone by a stranger, the vast majority of respondents have disclosed their level of sexual activity.
On average, only 5. The new study, published Tuesday in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, finds that Americans 50 to 59 showed the largest decrease in sex; the rate for that group fell by more than 10 instances of intercourse per year during the comparison time period. Another demographic that had a notable drop: married couples. Their sexual activity decreased by In terms of education levels, Americans with a high school degree and their college-educated counterparts both experienced declines in sexual activity.
But the college-educated category had a bigger drop: This summer, she plans to publish a new edition on iGeneration — defined as people born between and about Video: Scripps La Jolla hospitals nab top local spot in annual hospital rankings. Video: Vaccine can prevent human papillomavirus, which can cause cancer. Twitter: paulsisson. Some health care workers come forward at last minute as vaccination mandate arrives.
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