NEW DELHI: Men are said to give up everything for a physical relationship with their partner and make it a top priority, a new study has found. New research shows they may give up sex to play video games.
According to a survey of 2,000 young men and women, their non-romantic sexuality increased from 11.7 percent last year to 15.2 percent.
According to a newspaper report, it increased from 18.9 percent to 30.9 percent for men aged 18 to 24 years. In addition, the biggest reason for the decline in women’s casual sex life was their drinking habits. However, alcohol and gambling were the biggest factors affecting men’s sex life.
The reason 10 percent of people are affected by their sex life is that they are living with their parents. Researchers at the State University of New York and Rutgers University reported this information.
According to Simon Forrest, a professor at the Institute for Health and Society at Newcastle University, young people are financially dependent on their families and live with families, which affects their relationships. Researchers also point out that apparently more access to online pornography is also affecting sex.