A popular myth about the sex lives of the largest group in the U.S. population may be just that.
Sure, there are more ways for millennials to connect than ever, but a new study finds that when they do, fewer are going all the way.
The report, published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior reveals they're twice as likely to be sexually inactive in their early 20s than their parents, Gen X'ers. What's more, about 15 percent of Americans age 24 or younger say they've had no sexual partners since turning 18.
For more on what's behind these numbers, Take Two spoke to study author, Jean Twenge. She's a professor of psychology at San Diego State University and author of the book "Generation Me."
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