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And the rate of sexual activity is similar across the decades when you consider only college students, he said. He described the number of sexual partners he's had as "not too much, but definitely more than my parents had. At FAU, that means dispensing 80, to 90, condoms a year at the health clinic.
Beginning with the school year, all FAU students had to take an online definition of radiocarbon dating in art about sexual assault prevention, said Raquel Cabral, director of the hook up fau health clinic. The prevalence of social media could be fulfilling the need for social activity without face-to-face contact.
That's the finding of a study co-authored by a Florida Atlantic University psychology professor and published in this month's Archives of Sexual Behavior.
And the Great Recession has delayed young adults' move from their parents' home, which may deter the question about coming back to my place. There's also more frankness. While their parents made Madonna's "Like a Virgin" a huge hit, more of today's young adults actually are.
Sherman said there could be several reasons for the greater rate of abstainers. Movements like "purity pledges" might have also had an influence, Sherman said.
He has also observed this generation approaching other adult milestones — like getting drivers licenses and moving out of their childhood homes —with less speed and more deliberation than generations before.
For their part, colleges are offering students guidance and protection.
And then there's the widespread knowledge of AIDS and unwanted pregnancy. What's it to you?
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Wells of Widener University, said there's still plenty of sex going on among the millennials. It focused on the sexual habits of millennials born between and and iGeners born between andcompared to previous generations.
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Just 5 to 6 percent of baby boomers reported saying "no thanks" at the same age, he said. The only generation with a rate this virginal, according to the study, is the generation born inwho spent their young adulthood dealing with World War II. Internet pornography 'could be turning people off from sex," or satisfying a curiosity without partaking, he said.