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Millennials are having less sex than any generation in 60 years.
09-08-2016, 04:42 PM (This post was last modified: 09-08-2016 06:24 PM by ba_dass.)
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RE: Millennials are having less sex than any generation in 60 years.
(09-08-2016 03:35 PM)Megatherium Wrote:  
(09-08-2016 05:21 AM)ba_dass Wrote:  Too much soy or too much saltpeter...or too much Internet???!!

Hahaha!

I have noticed these millennials, the white males, well, and the Asian males, their mannerisms and speech are often very effeminate. They have this effete way of talking to each other, it's pretty annoying. And they talk to women this way too. It's just how they talk. Don't sound like they'll produce a very large generation. You can see white people dying out in a few generations if this persists.
And in Hollywood there are less John Wayne, Charlton Heston types as leading men. A large percentage are now effeminate types that are big in the big office (with Hollywood's blessing). Like Jared Leto, Tom Cruise(!), Johnny Depp, etc, etc., etc.
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09-11-2016, 10:56 AM
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Quote:“It’s a highly motivated, ambitious generation,”



Since when? They are known for being lazy shits who think that the world owes them.


I'd say that they have less sex these days because porn has become the preferred choice of many.
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09-11-2016, 07:38 PM
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kids today are more interested in accomplishments and meaning and 50 years of sex promotion has run its course. all taboos have been broken so sexy stuff isnt' cool anymore
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02-18-2017, 03:25 AM
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RE: Millennials are having less sex than any generation in 60 years.
aaand the trend continues.

went to a few clubs in cali recently and yep the men ARE NOT TALKING TO THE WOMEN. UNCANNY



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02-18-2017, 03:31 AM
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RE: Millennials are having less sex than any generation in 60 years.
Study shows millennials are having less sex
Researchers have found that the so-called 'hookup generation' is anything but.


A study published in Archives of Sexual Behavior earlier this year says about 15 per cent of American 20- to 24-year-olds have never had penetrative sex. Many women interviewed for the study say they are too focused on their careers.
A study published in Archives of Sexual Behavior earlier this year says about 15 per cent of American 20- to 24-year-olds have never had penetrative sex. Many women interviewed for the study say they are too focused on their careers. (DREAMSTIME)
By GENNA BUCKMetro
Tues., Feb. 14, 2017
Anna is a 23-year-old content specialist who’s never had sex. She works from home for a Toronto start-up. She’s attracted to men, but doesn’t get to meet many. She’s dipped her toes into the world of dating apps and OkCupid, with some success.

While she’s pretty confident she won’t be a virgin much longer, Anna struggles with whether to be upfront about her status on something like Tinder, where many are looking for a quick hookup. But research shows Anna is not unusual at all.

Ryne Sherman and his co-authors set off a media storm when they published a research paper in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior earlier this year showing millennials in their 20s and 30s — the so-called “hookup generation” — are anything but.

Compared to GenXers and boomers, millennials have fewer sexual partners and have sex less often, said Sherman, an associate professor of psychology at Florida Atlantic University. About 15 per cent of American 20- to 24-year-olds have never had penetrative sex at all. In their parents’ day, that number was just six per cent. (The research in this area is still very heteronormative — the General Social Survey, where the data comes from, just refers to “sex” without specifying.)

Researchers floated a few possible reasons for the trend: It’s a hangover from fear-based sex-education of the ’90s; It’s part of a trend toward less risk taking — today’s young people do drugs less, drink less and use condoms more than their parents did; It’s a failure to launch — economic trends have landed many millennials at their parents’ place, not the most conducive environment for sexytimes.

But there’s more to it than that. After the study was published, the mail started pouring in.

“We were hit with a bunch of stories like, ‘I’m 23 and a virgin. I don’t have time for sex, I’m committed to my career,’ especially from women,” Sherman said.

Then there’s another overlooked factor: the decline of the meet-cute. At least in person.

That’s part of what’s going on with Anna as she gives online dating a try.

“I’m open to sleeping with someone, I just want to know them for maybe a month,” Anna said. “People have been pretty respectful, but I don’t want to engage until I feel ready.”

Jessica*, 33, deals with the same problem. “Who would ever want to have sex with a girl in her 30s who’s still a virgin!? Must be something wrong with her.”

All Jessica’s relationship experience is virtual. In her teens and 20s, she spent a lot of time on the Internet, playing multi-user games and interacting with people from all over the world. “I loved it ... but it also kept me away from real social experiences,” she said. She was in a tumultuous romantic entanglement with a man for most of her 20s — but it was entirely text-message based.

Many of the virgins we spoke to went through some kind of struggle in their young adulthood with their sexuality or sexual orientation. Anna has a pervasive phobia of getting pregnant. Another woman tried penetrative sex and found it unbearably painful. A third had come to realize her sexual orientation was somewhere on the asexual spectrum.

One 24-year-old man said, “Simply put, the women I like don’t like me back, so I’ve never been on a date. I don’t have the confidence for one-night stands or casual stuff, and it doesn’t interest me anyways because the romantic aspect is really appealing to me.”

But several said they just hadn’t met someone they wanted to have sex with who also wanted to have sex with them, and didn’t feel an urgent desire to be partnered up — a possible side-effect of a society that is gradually embracing the philosophy of “you do you.”

Though people who have what researchers call “a late sexual debut” are at a higher risk of sexual function problems than those who lose their virginity at around 17 or 18, many — perhaps most — do eventually have sex.

“Biology is pretty powerful,” Sherman said. “We all came from a long line of people who were interested in having sex at least once.”

Relationship trend: relationship virgins

Today’s climate — with new dates and hookups to be found at the touch of a button and banished just as fast — has produced another kind of virgin: the relationship virgin.

Everybody knows one. A friend who’s had sex, but never settled down with a partner. Jason Brown, 35, is that kind of virgin. He’s a photographer who does school photos and fashion work, so he’s around women all the time, but thinks flirting at work can make them feel unsafe — plus it’s plain old unprofessional.

Dating apps and websites strike him as superficial and fake. He says the worst part of his long-term singleness is the pressure — and pity — from friends and family. He’s doing great on his own.

“I depend entirely on myself for everything. And at times it would be really nice if I had a teammate,” he said. “But if I can’t, I’ve proven that I’m more than capable of surviving and doing very, very well without anybody.”
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02-18-2017, 03:33 AM
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RE: Millennials are having less sex than any generation in 60 years.
ouch for the NWO.

without this sexual control it'll be harder for them to implement their agenda.

you can't control someone as easily if they're not as interested in sex

the thing is millenials are really interested in money, and that is another avenue.

the WORLD DOES NOT NEED MORE SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE. the world needs more GENUINE, SPIRITUAL AND INTERESTING PEOPLE.

once the money grubbing is gone, it's OVER
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02-18-2017, 04:12 AM
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(09-08-2016 05:21 AM)ba_dass Wrote:  Too much soy or too much saltpeter...or too much Internet???!!
Too much fluoridation the water???!!!




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02-18-2017, 04:24 AM
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RE: Millennials are having less sex than any generation in 60 years.
(02-18-2017 03:25 AM)PUG-THUG Wrote:  aaand the trend continues.

went to a few clubs in cali recently and yep the men ARE NOT TALKING TO THE WOMEN. UNCANNY





Cali man are turning into phaggots, I get hit on in soCal gyms by men 3x as much as just about any dimepiece.
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02-18-2017, 04:29 AM
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it is mindboggling. dudes are not intersted in women anymore

MIND BOGGLING
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02-18-2017, 04:32 AM
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RE: Millennials are having less sex than any generation in 60 years.
porn is probably one of the biggest reasons. it's sucked the sex chi out of the men.

they see better online than in real life.

what happened in Japan is now happening in the US

japan is always more trendy !
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02-18-2017, 04:44 AM
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Video Games and porn rule, while everything else is trending down. NFL ratings are down, MSM, Hollywood movies, and now even pussy.
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02-18-2017, 05:08 AM
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yeah social conservatives shouldn't be jumping for joy just yet. the disinterest in sex is NOT DUE to more christianity or any type of moral evolution.

it's due to porn and video games consuming the life spirit.

it's just amazing these days. I am an observer of life so when I see a HOT GIRL I see if anyone is looking at her. Nowadays NO ONE LOOKS AT THE HOT GIRL WALKING BY. SHE HAS LOST HER POWER
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02-18-2017, 05:11 AM
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You bang a chick, she gets pregnant, and she owns your future earnings for the rest of your life.

You bang a chick, she screams rape, and she completely destroys the rest of your life.

You bang a chick, she doesn't immediately destroy you, so you decide to get married.

Well then friend, you're well and truly fucked. She just won the lottery.

There's a reason men aren't working so hard to try to get women anymore. The deck is severely stacked against them.

It's just risk management. Right now, getting sexually involved with or cohabiting with a female for more than a year means she has the potential to destroy you for life.

Sounds great. Where do I sign?
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02-18-2017, 05:21 AM
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Why It’s Terrible News That Millennials Are Having Less Sex
Pornography and social media are disincentivizing young people from pursuing real romantic relationships. That spells trouble for them and us all.
Hans Fiene By Hans Fiene
FEBRUARY 8, 2017
Imagine that you’re the commissioner of the NFL and a certain Dallas-based football team has been bringing shame upon the league with a litany of domestic abuse and DUI arrests. One day, an underling bursts into your office.

“Good news, Commissioner. Everybody on the Cowboys roster has stopped breaking the law!”

“That’s great,” you reply. “Did this happen because our ‘Stop Being a Terrible Person’ campaign finally worked?”

“Oh, uh, no,” the underling says. “It happened because the team’s plane just exploded.”

As this imaginary commissioner, how would you feel in this moment? Probably the same way I felt after learning that about the sex rates of unmarried millennials.

Millennials’ Sex Lives Are In Trouble
The average millennial has fewer sexual partners than both Gen Xers and the Boomers. In 1991, 54.1 percent of US high school students had had sexual intercourse. By 2015, that number dropped to 41.2. However, during approximately that same time frame, the rate of regular church attendance by Americans dropped by nearly ten points, while moral acceptance of extramarital sex increased. So a return to Biblical beliefs concerning sexuality is certainly not the cause of millennials’ increased avoidance of promiscuity.

What’s causing millennials to be less sexually active, then? As with any trend, there are numerous explanations. But the two biggest factors seem to be the copious amounts of pornography that millennials, in particular millennial men, have grown up consuming, and the widespread use of socially isolating social networking. Just take a look at this profile of a millennial man, courtesy of Tara Bahrampour:

Noah Patterson, 18, likes to sit in front of several screens simultaneously: a work project, a YouTube clip, a video game. To shut it all down for a date or even a one-night stand seems like a waste. “For an average date, you’re going to spend at least two hours, and in that two hours I won’t be doing something I enjoy,” he said.
It’s not that he doesn’t like women. “I enjoy their companionship, but it’s not a significant part of life,” said Patterson, a Web designer in Bellingham, Wash.
He has never had sex, although he likes porn. “I’d rather be watching YouTube videos and making money.” Sex, he said, is “not going to be something people ask you for on your résumé.”
Will This Trend Persist, Or Will Millennials Change?
For those who believe that sex is something that ought to take place only within the confines of marriage, it’s initially encouraging to hear that millennials are having less sex outside of marriage. It becomes profoundly discouraging, however, to learn that the cause is not a rediscovery of Christian morality, but having their plane shot down by the bazooka blast of smut and antisocial behavior.

This raises an important question: Is this a curious fad or a troubling trend? Will the millennial lack of interest in sex eventually correct itself, once we adjust to life in the internet age? Or will they be unable to pull themselves out of the screen-filled, porn-infested tar pit and rediscover the value of human companionship and physical love?

I worry that many won’t. That tar pit isn’t merely delaying millennials’ pursuit of procreation and human companionship—it’s grinding to a halt one of the most important cogs that moves that machine, a cog known as “developing an appreciation for feminine virtues.”

Marriage Creates Space For Real Love And Virtue
Generally speaking, when a man pursues a woman, he begins by pursuing sex. To be clear, when I say this, I don’t mean that all men are Lotharios whose intent in approaching a woman is always to seduce her by the end of the evening. Rather, I mean that the biological desire to procreate is what first compels a man to pursue a woman, regardless of when he believes that procreative act should take place.

For example, the reason a Christian man asks out a cute young woman in his college Bible study group is because he’s pursuing sex, even if his intention is to not to have sex until they would be married. He sees an attractive woman. He experiences the desire to do what his body was designed for—to unite sexually with hers and to create life. And so he approaches her as the first step to fulfilling this biological need.

As men pursue women, however, they come to develop a more robust appreciation of what women have to offer them beyond physical beauty and sexual gratification. They become more exposed to the various feminine virtues—things like kindness, compassion, selflessness, loyalty, tenderness. And the more decent men encounter “the imperishable beauty of a quiet and gentle spirit,” as St Peter calls it, the more they come to value this inner beauty over raw sexuality.

Likewise, the more that decent women see men valuing their feminine virtues, the more they cultivate them and the more they seek the corresponding masculine virtues, such as bravery and self-sacrifice. We begin the mating dance by following our animalistic urges. But, during the tango, we become human as we discover what it means to love and serve and belong to each other.

Pornography Destroys The Dance And Ritual Of Marriage
So how do pornography and social media destroy the dance?

It’s important to remember that, for the average man, pursuing a woman is both awkward and terrifying. It’s awkward because, when a man asks a woman, “Can I buy you a drink?” he’s ultimately saying, “I want to mate with you, but I can’t just tell you that, so this is the stupid way I’m beginning the process of getting you to have my babies.” And it’s terrifying because, if a woman says, “no, thanks,” she’ll ultimately be saying, “I reject your offer of procreation and therefore declare that you have no value to me as a man.”

But despite these things, a man’s desire for sex still compels him to risk the humiliation and rejection, which sets him on the path to discovering the feminine virtues. Pornography, however, derails this process by becoming the sexual version of eating cereal for dinner instead of dining out on filet mignon—yes, of course, it’s an inferior substitute in every way, but the Cheerios are already in your pantry and you don’t have to do all the hard work that obtaining haute cuisine requires. Quite simply, porn gives men enough sexual satisfaction to conclude that it’s not worth the awkwardness and the terror of beginning the pursuit, nor is it worth the time or money to continue the pursuit. And when men don’t pursue actual, real women for sex, they don’t end up encountering the feminine virtues and therefore don’t develop a high value for them.

The Internet Prevents Us From Developing Relationships
Social media only compounds this problem. The more that social media pulls us away from actual people, the less we’re capable of seeing how much more valuable and rewarding true human interaction is. The more our eyes are locked onto notification-filled screens, the more we become unable to see the superiority of locking eyes with an actual human being, of feeling real emotions with that person, of sharing our hearts and our bodies with them. The more we eschew real human interactions, the more we convince ourselves that digital interactions are real.

For young men, porn convinces them that real women aren’t worth pursuing, while social media convinces them that not pursuing real women is perfectly normal. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise when many of the millennial men raised on this toxic combination aren’t interested in waking up from the digital coma—just as it shouldn’t come as a surprise that an increasing number of them can’t wake up from it even when they’re lying in bed with a real person.

Likewise, for women, social media shuts down the human interaction highway, which is the best avenue they have to display the gems of feminine kindness and compassion. Porn tells them, “the only thing you have that’s truly valuable is your body—and, oh by the way, we expect it to look as flawless as the ones belonging to the women in these videos.” So it shouldn’t come as a surprise when many young ladies choose to opt out of a sexual economy that devalues their greatest assets by inflating the worth of fantasy women and their digitized bodies.

It’s Not Too Late To Turn Off The Computer
I’m sure Roger Goodell would love to have a scandal-free Dallas Cowboys roster. But he wouldn’t want it if it came at the cost of 53 men’s lives. In the same way, as a pastor who teaches and believes that sex is a gift God has given to take place only within the confines of marriage, I would rejoice if America’s youth were becoming less sexually active because they’re finding God. There is, however, nothing to celebrate when they’re becoming less sexually active because they’re losing their humanity.

But for those millennials stuck in the porn and social media tar pit, in particular millennial men, it’s not too late to rediscover what’s been lost. Shut your laptop. Turn off your phone. Go outside. Meet a girl. Ask her on a date. Pray for strength to avoid the seedy corners of the internet as you learn what it means to cherish the gems of her heart, gems that will continue shining even after the luster of her youth has faded. Ask her to marry you. Make your vows before God. Be fruitful and multiply, and be at peace.

The first and greatest romantic love song was performed by Adam in the garden of Eden. “This is at last bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh,” he sung about Eve.

It’s not too late for this to be your love song too.

Hans Fiene is a Lutheran pastor in Illinois and the creator of Lutheran Satire, a series of comical videos intended to teach the Lutheran faith. Follow him on Twitter, @HansFiene.
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02-18-2017, 05:30 AM
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RE: Millennials are having less sex than any generation in 60 years.
I love all the articles with women bitching after they have been riding the cock carousel for years and have kids with no dad screaming that men won't step up and take care of them.

You made your bed honey. Now lie in it.

30 years to clean out the muck. Women will sort themselves out I hope. If not and we put them in charge of everything, bye bye humanity.

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