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    Contraceptive use and peer pressure can affect whether first sexual experience is positive, says research. More than half of women and two in five men are losing their virginity before they are ready, potentially affecting their wellbeing and health, researchers say. The team add that focusing only on age is misguided, noting the research showed issues around willingness, peer pressure and contraceptive use can all affect whether the first experience of sex is positive, regardless of age. Kaye Wellings, the co-author of the research from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine , said while having a legal age of consent was protective, it could also pressure people into feeling they need to start having sex at Wellings said while biological age cannot be changed, the principles that make for a good first experience of sex can be taught. Writing in the journal BMJ Sexual and Reproductive Health , Wellings and colleagues report how they looked at responses of more than 2, sexually active Britons, between the ages of 17 and 24, to face-to-face questions about the conditions in which they first had heterosexual intercourse.
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    Do Genes Time One's Loss of Virginity?

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    Study: How We Lose Our Virginity Shapes Our Entire Sexual Life - The Atlantic

    Try out PMC Labs and tell us what you think. Learn More. Despite the literature's focus on hetero sexual initiation, we know little about the degree to which young people are satisfied by their first vaginal intercourse experience, let alone the factors that predict satisfaction. We analyzed data from a cross-sectional survey of non-Hispanic White and Black year old respondents from four university campuses. Respondents were asked to rate the degree to which their first vaginal intercourse was physiologically and psychologically satisfying.
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    Many in UK lose virginity before they are ready – study

    Some students daydream about kissing while others are still planning their latest LEGO creation. Now a new study suggests that the genes that drive puberty also influence some of the next stages of sexuality: age at first intercourse and—for women—age at first birth. Of course, genes are not the only factor.
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    Those who lose their virginity at a later age -- around 21 to 23 years of age -- tend to be more likely to experience sexual dysfunction problems later, say researchers at Columbia University and the New York State Psychiatric Institute's HIV Center for Clinical and Behavioral Studies. Men who lose their virginity in their 20s, in particular, seemed to be more likely to experience sexual problems that include difficulty becoming sexually aroused and reaching orgasm. The increase in sexual problems was also seen in those who had a comparably earlier sexual debut. And the researchers were quick to point out that there isn't enough evidence to say for sure whether waiting to have sex necessarily leads to sexual dysfunction down the road. Rather, they note in the study, there may be factors common to both the delay of sexual activity and the onset of sexual dysfunction -- for example, they write, "[M]en with sexual problems may avoid sexual interactions and consequently start later.
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