Kids Today… They Aren’t Bumping Uglies Like They Used To

Millennials Say They're Not Having As Much Sex As Young People Decades Ago

Millennials are less likely to be getting freaky than young adults were 30 years ago. Florida Atlantic University did the leg work on this study, saying despite the popularity of apps like Tinder, young adults between 20 and 24 are less likely to “hook up” than previous generations. Study authors say their research doesn’t indicate why young adults these days aren’t doing the horizontal mambo as much as they used to, but suggest a few factors. More and more Millennials are living at home with mom and dad, while there has been a significant rise in the popularity of video games and streaming video services among young people.