From Your Tango
It’s no surprise that most people engage in premarital sex, but one new study found that even if we look at surveys going back for decades, we see the same prevalence of the behavior.
Very few people actually wait until marriage to have sex — less than 10%, according to Lawrence Finer, research director at the Guttmacher Institute. That’s been going on since the 1950s, contrary to the common belief that couples were more chaste back then.
Yes, it’s normal to have sex before marriage, meaning that almost everyone does it. After all, there are few things more tempting than the urge to make love with the new guy you’re falling madly in love with. But is it healthy?
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