For most of the past three decades, 20-something men and women reported similar rates of sexlessness. But that has changed in recent years. Since 2008, the share of men younger than 30 reporting no sex has nearly tripled, to 28 percent. That's a much steeper increase than the 8 percentage point increase reported among their female peers.
What do you think is driving this change: porn, social media, video games, social anxiety, drugs and alcohol, etc? A large chunk of young men aren't getting laid, but the ladies seem to be doing fine. Is online dating finally filtering out undesirable men, while multiple women are happy with sharing top men in casual sex arrangements? What's going on with college campuses? Something has changed and the trend doesn't show any signs of slowing down.