With Americans staying single longer than ever and singles outnumbering their married counterparts, there really is no norm nowadays when it comes to the timing of sleeping with new partners.According to Pew Research Center, as of 2007, only 38% of adult Americans believed premarital sex was wrong, a number that’s likely only gotten smaller in recent years.Grooms are also older than their bell-bottom wearing counterparts: 32.7 is the average age for men to get married, which is 8 years older than men in the 1970s.
So are some other old prom-era chestnuts: Teen boys are primarily—obsessively?
A year includes peaks and valleys in a relationship that you have to traverse to make it through.
I recently came across a study in that outlined the most common breakup points in the year.
(FWIW, studies suggest that there’s good reason to get it on as soon as possible if you want to cash in on awesome honeymoon-phase sex.)Like we said, there’s no “right” time; deciding when you’re ready to have sex with someone is really a different-strokes-for-different-folks kind of thing.
But what leads couples to hit the sheets at any given moment in their relationship? To get a better idea, we asked women in long-term relationships to divulge how quickly they had sex with their significant others.