By Jonah Engel Bromwich
“Everyone is drinking, peering into their screens and swiping on the faces of strangers they may have sex with later that evening.”
That portrayal of app-abetted, casual-sex-having millennials in the wild, from a 2015 Vanity Fair article by the journalist Nancy Jo Sales, is far from unusual. Hookup culture and the smartphone apps that make it easy to find partners are commonly portrayed as having fueled a rise in promiscuity among young adults.
But a study published this week said this sex-charged picture was not a reality for a significant percentage of young millennials.
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