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But now, it seems, it’s the norm to have sex before even going on a date.
Young people are more likely to have sex before going on a date as a way to size up a potential partner, according to a study It found that 18-34-year-olds are 48 per cent more likely to get into bed with somebody before going for dinner or a drink than all other generations.
And nearly a third use sex as a litmus test for whether or not they love somebody.
Young people are so busy that they want to jump to sex first as you ‘learn a lot between the sheets’, according to the survey of 5,500 people of all ages by dating service Millennials – those born between the 1980s and 2000 – are also increasingly using Internet dating apps to meet people, which is fuelling the rise in ‘hookup culture’ rather than dating.
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Some 54 per cent of Millennial singles say that they feel pressure because they want family and kids while 50 per cent feel pressure to make their parents happy.
The study was carried out by dating service of 5,500 people of all ages.
Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist and Match.com’s chief scientific adviser, said: ‘They’re not getting into bed just to have sex.
They’re doing it to see who the person is, if they want to put their time and energy into them.‘Millennials are busy. What they’re going to do is hop into bed right away. Relationships expert Jean Hannah Edelstein said: ‘In a world where we are much more relaxed over separating sex and love, I can understand that Millennials are interested in testing sexual compatibility with a potential partner before pursuing a deeper emotional relationship.‘In a more old-fashioned time, we’d postpone sex until things were really serious which meant that people ran the risk of committing to someone with whom they had no real sexual chemistry’.