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Reuters - Sexual activity among young American men has declined sharply since , with nearly a third reporting no sex with a partner in the prior year, according to a survey study published on Friday that suggests social media and electronic gaming might be filling the void. The trend is concerning as sexual relationships are important for well-being and health, researchers note. The survey found that from to , nearly one in three U. Lack of sexual activity, or sexual inactivity, was also on the rise among men and women aged 25 to 34 years during the survey period, the report in the journal JAMA Network Open found. Possible reasons for the decline in sexual frequency may also include stress of juggling work and intimate relationships, as well as the prevalence of other forms of solo entertainment. By analyzing biennial survey data between and from nearly 10, men and women aged 18 to 44 years, researchers found that

Why Young Adults, Especially Men, Are Having Sex Less Frequently

Nearly 1 in 3 young men in the US report having no sex, study finds: News at IU: Indiana University

After analyzing the sexual activity of almost 10, people over almost two decades, scientists caught a glimpse of Americans' sex lives. According to a sweeping new study , men and women aged 25 to 34 years are having less sex — especially men. This is true regardless of sexual orientation. Overall, the research documents a rise in sexual inactivity between and On average, one in three men aged 18 to 24 years reported no sexual activity in the past year.

Nearly 1 in 3 young men in the US report having no sex, study finds

The sample consisted of 99 heterosexual young adults 55 men and 45 women with ages ranging from 18 to 32 years. Participants performed an experiment in the laboratory, which involved them watching a sexual clip and then being presented with two erotic excerpts stories depicting casual sexual encounters in which there was an existence of implicit and explicit sexual risks. In men, the propensity for sexual inhibition was the most determining variable in preventing them from sexual risk-taking. In women, intention to engage in risky sexual behaviors was better determined by their propensity for sexual excitation and sexual assertiveness in negotiating the use of contraceptive methods. This research highlights the relevance of excitation and inhibition as a trait, in addition to subjective arousal and sexual assertiveness in intention to engage in risky sexual behaviors.
Sexual desire is often present at the beginning of a romantic relationship. However, research is divided regarding whether, and how, desire is experienced as a relationship progresses. The authors examined relationship duration and its effect on sexual desire in a sample of undergraduate men and women between the ages of 18 and 25 years.