• New Study Finds that Millennials Can’t Even Get Sex Right

    Millennials are not messing around?

    According to a recent study by the Archives of Sexual behavior, the next generation of Americans are perhaps playing more Pokemon than anything else.

    What in the world is going on or not going on in the sex lives of Millennials?

    Apparently, it is a combination of feminism taking its toll and perhaps the inability to make deep relationships. The Twitter generation may be out of luck when it comes to sex.

    Look for a population drop soon. Not good.

    From Red Alert Politics:

    Millennials as a whole are pretty square when it comes to sex. They have far fewer sexual partners than Baby Boomers and Generation X.

    For the first time in decades, most high schoolers are virgins and just 11.5 percent of them admit to having four or more sexual partners, down from nearly 19 percent in the early 90s according to the Center for Disease Control.

    A study from last year found that millennials have the fewest sexual partners of any group since before the sexual revolution, just eight.

    There are several different reasons that young men and women are putting off sex, including: “pressure to succeed, social lives increasingly conducted onscreen, unrealistic expectations of physical perfection encouraged by dating apps, and wariness over date rape.”

    Feminists are also partly to blame, having spent the last decade attacking men for being proponents of rape culture, pushing phony sexual assault statistics, and having a serious of high profile phony rape stories — from the Duke Lacrosse players to mattress girl, many young men are concerned they’ll be accused of rape.

    Is technology and porn to blame? Perhaps.

    Noah Patterson, a handsome 18-year-old, told The Washington Post that he’s a virgin because he’s afraid of being accused that he’s part of rape culture.

    “Third-wave feminists seem to be crazy, saying that all men are participating in this rape culture,” Patterson said to WaPo and insisted that he much prefer masturbating to porn. “It’s quicker. It’s more accessible. What you see is what you get.”

    Experts also blame the smartphone technology; people are just having fewer and fewer real world experiences including sex.

    The long term ramifications of a trend like this are difficult to determine for our society, but they will definitely be felt across the American landscape.

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