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As the authors noted: "Twelfth graders in the early 2010s went out on dates about as often as 10th graders did in the early 1990s.
Having sex went from being the majority experience for high school students (54 percent of 9th to 12th graders in 1991) to the minority experience (41 percent in 2015)." The decline in these behaviors, and other activities the authors describe as typically associated with adulthood, was not specific to particular demographic groups.
My guess is that we have much more to learn about the full range of human interests and desires.
As the possibilities for living in different ways expand, humans will prove to be a much more diverse and imaginative lot than we ever realized.
It is a real thing, the researchers have concluded: Some people just aren’t interested in sex, and not because there’s something wrong with them.
New analyses of 40 years of data (1976-2016) show that the percentage of 12th graders who have ever gone on a date has never been lower.
It occurred for “boys and girls, Whites and Blacks, lower SES and higher SES adolescents, in all four regions of the United States, and in rural, urban, and suburban locations.” Percentage of 12th graders who had ever gone on a date The research on dating among high school seniors was based on more than a half-million 12th graders surveyed between 19.
(Eighth and 10th graders were included from 1990 through 2016.) The authors analyzed the data in 5-year intervals.
It's getting harder and harder to do all these tasks.
And even if you do all of these items on the check-list there may not be a pay-off in fulfillment and happiness.