The rise of voluntary celibacy: ‘Most of the sex I’ve had, I wish I hadn’t bothered’ | Sex | The Guardian

“This coincides with a long?term trend among people today, in general, having less sex with fewer partners,” says Dr Justin Lehmiller, a Kinsey Institute research fellow and host of the Sex and Psychology podcast. “Humans are increasingly less sexually active, with some forgoing sex altogether.” Study after study of sexual behaviour, in different countries, show this. The last National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal) in Britain found that 16% of men and 22% of women aged 16 to 74 were sex…

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2 thoughts on “The rise of voluntary celibacy: ‘Most of the sex I’ve had, I wish I hadn’t bothered’ | Sex | The Guardian”

  1. This is fantastic news!

    While I enjoy watching other people fucking in porn while I masturbate, I’m celibate by choice.

    I feel that having sex for reasons other that procreation is unnecessary and unnatural.

    True sexual satisfaction comes from masturbating!

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