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Knowing more about sex and being able to see it on video has not translated into more actual sex for young people, the study says.
In reality, millennials born in the 1990s are more than twice as likely to be sexually inactive as Generation X’ers born in the late 1960s, report Dr Twenge and colleagues in the Archives of Sexual Behaviour.
If it's good enough for Katy Perry, Britney Spears, Lily Allen, Matthew Perry and Hilary Duff, well, it's good enough for you.
Cost: Free The low-down: Tired of unsolicited dick pics and creeps pestering you for nudes? Created by former Tinder co-founder Whitney Wolfe, the ultimate female-friendly app lets women run the show. It's only the woman that has the opportunity to send the first message.
Dating may be tricky but most mobile apps operate the same way.
Download the app, create a profile, upload some fabulous pictures, write an equally impressive bio and voila.Billed as a safe, friendly rival to Tinder, this app works on the same premise: users swipe right to approve and left to decline. If you match and don't say anything to a new connection within 24 hours, they're deleted (for same-sex relationships, this works both ways). In the words of Wolfe: "You're not going to go on a dating app where women make the first move if you don't respect women." Also good to know: pornographic images are banned.Dating in Ireland these days is about “hooking up” online; more often for men and bisexual women than for heterosexual women.Nearly one in four men who participated in The Irish Times sex survey, which was conducted on this month and received over 12,000 responses, are using dating apps to find casual sex, compared to just 8 per cent of women.The younger the man, the more he relies on cybersex: one in three in the 17-24 year old age group are using dating apps or websites to find casual sex.One limitation of the study is that the survey did not ask about specific sexual activities, making it impossible to determine how respondents interpreted questions about whether they were sexually active, the authors note.