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“To me, there’s more intimacy with having someone there next to you that you can rely on without having to have sex,” she said.“I don’t want to do anything that would harm the relationship and be something that we can’t come back from.” It’s a less sexy time to be young than it used to be, despite millennials’ reputation as bed-hoppers frolicking like the characters on “Girls.” A study published Tuesday in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior finds that younger millennials — born in the 1990s — are more than twice as likely to be sexually inactive in their early 20s as the previous generation was.There’s another gorilla in the room: It’s whatever is turned on electronically.” Alexandra Wolff, 19, had hoped to find romance in college.In high school, she and her friends were so focused on schoolwork that they did not date.Sam Wei, a 26-year-old financial analyst in Chicago, has not had sex since her last relationship ended 18 months ago.She makes out with guys sometimes, and she likes to cuddle.

“A lot of them are afraid that they’ll get into something they can’t get out of and they won’t be able to get back to their desk and keep studying.” According to the new report, 15 percent of 20- to 24-year-olds have not had sex since turning 18, up from 6 percent in the early 1990s.And a study published in the same journal last year found that although millennials are more accepting of extramarital sex than earlier generations, they reported fewer sexual partners than any group since the 1960s — an average of eight, compared with 11 for boomers and 10 for Generation X.[Why more millennials live with their parents than with a spouse or lover] The decline seems likely to continue: According to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the portion of high school students who have had sex fell last year to 41 percent from 54 percent in 1991 and about 47 percent in 2013.“This was the group that really started to communicate by screens more and by talking to their friends in person less,” said researcher Jean Twenge, lead author of the two studies.

So has sex declined because people are not meeting in person? But online life can also affect offline life in more subtle ways, especially when potential mates can disappear forever with the swipe of a thumb.“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. “I enjoy their companionship, but it’s not a significant part of life,” said Patterson, a Web designer in Bellingham, Wash. More and more young people avoid it.] He has never had sex, although he likes porn.