Dating in recession
If you still live your parents, you’re probably less willing to invite a partner to spend the night at your house.
However, this doesn’t explain why countries like Greece, Brazil and Mexico are very sexually active.
It is often argued that many working-class men have become unmarriageable because of job instability and because women tend to be better educated than them.
According to this argument, many women refuse to date people who make less money than they do and many men refuse to date women whom they feel to be According to one study, rich women prefer men with similar incomes to their own, while rich men are less likely to care about the income of those they date, focusing instead on physical appearance.
Young people are struggling with unemployment and debt. If they cannot afford to live alone, how can they have sex?
If they’re struggling with student debts, how can they perform well in the dating world?
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Social media and Internet use may hinder the development of in-person relationships and this may have in turn led to a decline in sex.
Young men are driving this recession—whether willingly or not.
In the US, fewer young men than women reported having sex in 2018. People in sexually liberated, first world countries have lost interest in sex and it is men who are driving the trend.
Working class men may also be considered less desirable sexual partners in general, which could explain why fewer men than women report having sex in the US.
Some evidence suggests that men with high social status are more desirable to women.The sex recession started years before the movement. Many young men genuinely struggle with social interactions—and the prevalence of social media might be making things worse. On the other hand, many experts believe that sex can make people happier and reduce their anxiety.