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The so-bad-they’re-good stories about losing your virginity…
In addition, more than one in six women reported an unequal willingness to have sex , which equated to almost double the number of men who reported the same. For the study, Palmer and her colleagues examined the responses of more than 2, sexually active Britons, between the ages of 17 and 24, to face-to-face questions about the conditions in which they first had heterosexual intercourse. From their findings, the researchers claim that negative experiences of first sexual intercourse were also associated with socioeconomic status, educational level, source of sex education , relationship with, and virginity status of the first partner. Meanwhile, the study found signs that young women who said they learned about sex in school were more likely to have positive conditions. She adds: "It's not always the case but very broadly speaking, young men are pleased to have sex perhaps in part as they think this means they will be viewed more like men as opposed to boys. As for females, their first time is sometimes more about wanting to be recognised as part of a relationship and feeling accepted by their peers and sexual partner.
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These are external links and will open in a new window. Having sex too soon is the biggest regret of young people losing their virginity, a survey of British sexual behaviour suggests. More than a third of women and a quarter of men in their teens and early 20s admitted it had not been "the right time" when they first had sex. The latest National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles poll says many people may not be ready at that age. The Natsal survey, carried out every decade or so, gives a detailed picture of sexual behaviour in the UK. When asked in more depth, most said they wished they had waited longer to lose their virginity. Few said they should have done it sooner. The survey also looked at sexual competence or readiness - whether a person could reasonably make an informed decision about whether to have sex for the first time. For example, they had to be sober enough to have consented and should not have been acting on peer pressure.
How old were you when you first had sex? Have you even had it yet? Were you too young? Too old? Too freaked out? Too tired? A new survey of British sexual behaviour suggests that having sex too soon is the biggest regret of young people losing their virginity. More than a third of women and a quarter of men in their teens and early 20s admitted it had not been "the right time" when they first had sex. And when was that?