Millennials may "Netflix and Chill," but a new report says that's all they're doing.
The Archives of Sexual Behavior report found that young adults between 20 and 24 were more than twice as likely to report they had no sexual partners since the age of 18 than their peers born in the 1960s.
More than 15% of millennials reported they had not had sex since they turned 18. In the 1960s, that number was just six-percent.
Part of the change is blamed on the fact that a lot more millennials are living at home. There is also easy access to other forms of entertainment.
A third of the 18 to 38-year-olds polled say they've chosen a night of Netflix over sex.
Read more about the study here.
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