A study published in the American Journal of Public Health found that people who lost their virginity at age 22 were more likely to report sexual problems than people who had sex around 17, a "normative" age to lose one's virginity. In , the University of Texas-Austin released a study that found people who have sex at age 20 or later reported having more satisfying romantic relationships than those who had sex younger than age One good example of this is the show "Girls. She fell for a man in college when she was 21, but "was afraid of both his rejection or acceptance," so she never pursued him. The sexual issues were more pronounced in men who waited until later in life to have sex, but the study also pointed out that having sex early in life can have negative consequences too.
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