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The heavy presence of casual sex in popular culture creates a sense of a pervasive new hookup culture unique to the current generation of young adults.
Period-tracking app Clue teamed up with Indiana University’s Kinsey Institute to poll more than 140,000 of its app users, 96 percent of whom identified as women.
The users were all 18 years of age or older and lived across 198 different countries in June.
The results were published on Thursday and showed a broad picture of the respondents’ habits when it comes to apps and sex life, health and education at a time when online dating is gaining popularity as a way to meet a sexual or romantic partner.
i Phone's health app was recently updated with options to track sexual activity, a habit of 40 percent of respondents of a global survey.The Singles in America survey also found millennial participants resented a date texting, taking phone calls, looking at their phone, or even setting their phone face-up on the table.Increasingly, the survey suggests and researchers like fisher believe that younger generations treat sex not as the pinnacle of intimacy but as a first gateway through which all potential relationships must pass for screening before proceeding onward or not toward some ultimate plane of closeness.It also creates a sense that hooking up has replaced traditional dating as the primary means of developing and maintaining relationships among young people, especially college students. Or did previous generations have casual hookups just as often, but just didn’t talk about it as much? Social research on hookups has exploded over the last decade.However, very little research compares trends in casual sex over time, and even less involves national samples of people, as opposed to the typical convenient set of college students.