The Daily Nexus of UCSB has this interesting news brief today on a UCSF study.
The study traced over 600 Northern California high school students of various levels of sexual experience for a two-year period. Teens who remained sexually inactive while simultaneously reporting positive life experiences dropped sharply from 46 percent to 24 percent throughout the duration of the study.
According to Ph.D. Sonya Brady, lead study author and a former UCSF post-doctoral fellow, while research has consistently examined how teens feel toward becoming sexually active, the current study is the first to examine how teens feel when they do not have sex.
In a correlated study, no sex for two years is found to significantly piss off adults too, unless they are smoothies. – VVM Staff Report.