About half of black and Hispanic Millennials disapproved of sex between minors, for example, compared to roughly 40 percent of both whites and Asian and Pacific Islanders.
Education also has a big effect: Half of college-educated Millennials are okay with hookups, compared to only a third of those with a high-school degree.
Grouper sets you up with a match, then lets both parties bring along two friends.
Down can be used for dating as well, but let’s be honest: This app still lives up to its former name. Trint Me allows shy users to initiate the next step behind the veil of their smartphones.
Not so, says a new study by the Public Religion Research Institute.
It surveyed 2300 Americans between the ages of 18 and 35, and found that 37 percent think "sex between two adults who have no intention of establishing a relationship" is morally wrong.
Whatever the case may be, don’t be shy if you’ve got some dirty REM cycle experiences under your belt. Eight percent of everyone’s dreams involve sex, including both men and women alike.
Of course, there is no one right prescription to diagnose why you’re dreaming about, say, having sex with a family member (yes, that happens, and it’s okay), but there are a few guidelines that experts seem to believe in wholeheartedly. Here are 10 kinds of sex dreams and what they mean.
"CE Corner" appears in the February 2012, April, July/August and November issues of the Monitor.Using Facebook, Hinge sends you a selection of friends-of-friends every day at noon.A simple profile photo followed by age, job and education information are all users have to go off of when they rate the potential connection on a scale of one to five.The test fee is for members; for nonmembers. It is an unprecedented time in the history of human sexuality.The APA Office of CE in Psychology retains responsibility for the program. In the United States, the age when people first marry and reproduce has been pushed back dramatically, while at the same time the age of puberty has dropped, resulting in an era in which young adults are physiologically able to reproduce but not psychologically or socially ready to "settle down" and begin a family (Bogle, 2007; Garcia & Reiber, 2008).