A spate of current articles implies that Millennials aren’t having “enough” sex—but did anybody ever have the right quantity?
By Malcolm Harris
The US public is mystified by a unique youth trend: abstinence. For 25 years now, the chronilogical age of intimate initiation — in other words. Whenever children first have intercourse— is increasing, and fewer teens report having had sexual sexual intercourse. Utilizing the tradition wars over, commentators aren’t lauding Millennials because of their choices that are responsible. Alternatively, like label jock dads, they’re asking: “What’s wrong with you? ”