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Share Of American Adults Having NO Sex Reaches All-Time High
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RE: Share Of American Adults Having NO Sex Reaches All-Time High
(10-07-2019 12:57 PM)Salinger Wrote:  [Image: $]

Young women having less sex after the rise of Tinder/Bumble makes zero sense. This data is flat out wrong. The sole reason women go on those stupid apps is to hookup with a guy. Just because they don't admin it doesn't mean it's not happening. Same reason why they put "Not here for hookups" and then do exactly the opposite.

It's all bullsh*t.

I don't entirely know about that. Yes, girls do the opposite and their words do not match with their actions quite often.

However, girls have sex because they want some validation/attention.
Dating apps solve that problem without giving their body away.
Why would these girls have sex and increase notch count when their problem is already solved?

It makes sense to me. Girls are having less sex. Guys are having less sex. People are just not dating like they used to anymore.
I read a statistics recently that 50% of adults are single. I mean that's the norm now.

"Don't let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if you feel the heat around the corner."
- Heat

"That's the difference between you and me. You wanna lose small, I wanna win big."
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