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(NORMAL, Ill.) -- Many adults who can recall their first time having sex probably would just as soon forget it.
However, things have changed over time, and it seems that the younger generations have fonder memories about losing their virginity than the older crowd.
Illinois State University researchers conducted a survey of 5,000 people over a 23-year period about their first time, which stretched back to 1980.
Based on their results, the experience of losing one’s virginity improved over the years for both sexes. That is, men experience less performance anxiety now while women feel less guilt about having sex for the first time.
As for what’s different, the researchers speculated that losing one’s virginity has become less of a rite of passage for males, while first-timers seem more likely to be in a relationship longer before they “do it,” thus increasing the intimacy that women value more than men.
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