Study Shows Americans Having 40% Less Sex During Pandemic | MSNBC 1

Study Shows Americans Having 40% Less Sex During Pandemic | MSNBC

 

During the pandemic, 40% of Americans have had less sex, according to a new study. Tiffany Cross and her panel discuss.» Subscribe to MSNBC:

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Study Shows Americans Having 40% Less Sex During Pandemic | MSNBC

33 comments

  1. That’s strange, I was having a lot more. It would have been double but my arm got sore holding the magazine.

  2. We’ve been way below the replacement rate of 2.1 children per couple for some time, even before the pandemic.

  3. Probably because most folks’ sexual encounters were limited to that “within” the home.

  4. When lockdown started I predicted a baby boom because people would have so much Idle time. So much for that theory, lol!

  5. I took a year off to avoid infection so this does not surprise me. I am glad to get back out there now that I have had both of my shots.

  6. I have family members in Texas who are telling me not to get my family vaccinated and I am wondering if we should or not. I personally have friends who have gotten the first phiser (I think) vaccine and they tell me that they feel fine. Has anyone here has a bad experience by any chance?

    1. Pfizer and Moderna were both fine, no side effects reported in my family. J&J will be fine, as long as you’re not a female on birth control.

  7. Mmm, AM I THE ONLY ONE STILL IN MY SINGLENESS TAKEN MY TIME YET COULDN’T STOP IMAGINE HOW WISH QUARANTINE A SWEETHEART THROUGHOUT THE PANDEMIC?

  8. So is there a reference as to who carried out the study? Are there published facts by the people that carried out the study to back up your claim? I would be interested in finding out about and reading that study? Is it a legitimate study carried out on behalf of pyschologists and behaviourist experts? Quote some ‘official’ sources and let us judge for ourselves?

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