Young men have less and less sex, and here’s why

Apologies to McLovin for using his muzzle for the cover photo, we all know this boy f * cks.

Young men have significantly less sex than was the case twenty years ago. So says a USA Today report, and the sample is 10,000 men and women between the ages of 18 and 44. From 2000 to 2002, 18.9 percent of men aged 18 to 24 were sexually inactive. From 2016 to 2018, that percentage rose to as much as 30.9 percent.

One third of these respondents did not have sex at all in the previous year.

Experts say men are stuck in prolonged adolescence that keeps them glued to social networks, gaming and streaming services. They add that the stress of modern life is also a factor, but how many of these stressors
do we cause ourselves? You don’t have to react to every idiot on Facebook who writes nonsense, you don’t have to be overwhelmed with information.

Sad. But true. Examine your habits, it will be clear to you that there are truths in this report, no matter what group you belong to.

“Today we have more choices to spend time late at night, and that leaves fewer opportunities to initiate sexual activity. If both partners are focused on social media, playing video games or swallowing TV content. ” said psychology professor Jean Twenge.

So - you wrestle less without clothes on sheets because you click around instead of clicking where you need to.

That isn't good thing for us, what does it say about our willpower, our mind that we always beat to be active? We as a species need to be more active in other fields.

The solution? It's very simple. Turn off the screens.

Now it needs to be done.


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