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A later study questioned the attitudes of adolescents.When asked about abstinence, many girls reported they felt conflicted.One possible reason for the trend is that Millennials are under so much pressure to get married.People aged 18-34 were 177 per cent more likely than those of other generations to feel like they had to marry, the study found.Among those who were sexually active, the majority (82%) used contraception.

One study from 1996 documented the interviews of a sample of junior high school students in the United States.Contraceptives specifically reduce the chance of pregnancy.The risks are higher for young adolescents because their brains are not neurally mature. The sexual maturation process produces sexual interest and stimulates thought processes.They were trying to balance maintaining a good reputation with trying to maintain a romantic relationship and wanting to behave in adult-like ways. Many boys believed that their male peers who were abstinent would not as easily climb the social ladder as sexually active boys.Some boys said that for them, the risks that may come from having sex were not as bad as the social risks that could come from remaining abstinent.Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist and Match.com’s chief scientific adviser, said: ‘They’re not getting into bed just to have sex.

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