Why Millennials and Gen Z are having Less Sex

I was having a conversation in a bar with Dirk Denzel recently and the conversation casually drifted to “we’re becoming like Japan”. Japan, like other Asian countries, is known for a low-fertility rate and dating interactions so awkward that a significant number of adults are virgins. Pretty much a quarter of Japanese people in their 20s and 30s have never had sex.

In America you would have been laughed at had you thought that this would happen to us, say, in the 80s or 90s. Fast forward 30 years and that’s exactly what has happened to us.

We Are Following in Japan’s Footsteps

So it turns out smartphone addiction, ubiquitous access to porn, economic pressure, a decline in social skills and money grabbing Tinder apps mean our dating life sort of sucks, at least for young people.

Or perhaps they have become such enlightened pragmatists they are choosing to …

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Millennials and Generation Z and their take on Sex

With the advent of the new world with books such a stechnology and scientific advancements, how does the sexual relationship of the new generation vary? The crux of the discussion studies the innate differences in the two generations. The term ‘millenial- hugely refers to the part of the population born between 180s to 1994, whereas Generation Z is the population of people born in the years 1995 to 2015. Most millenials, as science shows, are in the struggling area of their lives where their focus lies in building a career and becoming financially stable whereas generation Z is yet to reach the zone.

A stricking difference, when comes to the sexual encounter is seen more with the generation Y while generation Z is not in the lime light to sexual adventure.
Millenials and the echo boomers were known as generation Z has a rather diverse take on the sexual relationship. …

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