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The State of Love and Sex in Single America

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The State of Love and Sex in Single America





2/12/2014 12:40PM     

Match.com, the world’s largest dating site, has released its annual Singles in America survey. Match.com’s Helen Fisher and Justin Garcia discuss what over 5,000 singles have to say about the state of love and sex in America today. Photo: Getty.


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… I … all told The Wall look it’s eighty five … released its annual singles him out of it something of a five thousand singles to get a picture of the state of love and sex and markets the bank … Joinus now with some the most surprising takeaway so much fun come chief scientific advisor … took the helm of fish and leave the such that both adjusting the CIA … welcome to you both rooted for shaving … Helen let’s all with you … aam you take a closer look at while Milan in America … sun’s out of first dates are actually more serious than many of the … coastline … is just one percent of single … people in the first stage would somebody an evening during Thursday … future together with actors such you can make human pretty rapidly in a fifty six percent of men and forty seven percent in twenty … ten had imagined … if you choose somebody on the first day in action the surprise because that is a fee for a minute left in Peachtree very rapidly if somebody it’s been what I put him on a net profit in the top of that that huge phenomenon in my marriage picture … from the about us what you meant … by the indefatigable but almost when … we imagine summing up so there are … some for a new battery hold topics the light lambs mines Nicholas By away from one of those … don’t get your exes don’t talk about past relationships that easy that is a disaster … don’t know about politics and don’t talk about religion those is its reach and … even as for the Jews don’t tax down check yourself on … DVD because they had seen emerging to impose an inactive you know all this technology is very new to not many rules but what’s life and let’s not lie … but it’s not like to buy taxes and it’s not polite to do so … try to buy stuff then that you take a look at the sex lives of some Americans … more people sign about how often I want the facts … yes the bottom are added just a Bentley so we … actually found that two-thirds of the U S and also visit the sense that they just want to have more sex than … two dozen fourteen so … although lot National studies that show that Americans are after it resets I’m this excited to see what they wanted … one sector one of the more sick so I think it’s important for us remember that I didn’t set up is the essential to the human condition and is … very much tied to romance and dating and love that … people ought to be engaging with that the average desired frequency expects three times a week so this idea that you wanna have sex every day is not a show about what’s … the use of the people said about everyday lives … of the other thing that might have to do with it … so the handle so they don’t we want now but the history of the VAT of that on a … Hans actually … speaking … yet we really started seeing … attitudes towards sexuality changing in America where … many places around the world people wanna know that they’re going to sue says actually experience this idea that you can have too many partners I’m that’s not the case of the other half of Americans say what you don’t wanna know how many sex partners … aam are my partners that it’s not really important market segment that person … and not in a statement that they can create all sorts of problems was … looking into the back making assumptions about … what that might mean … to the present is now … this next thing really didn’t resume any Fama casual sex is much hassle after The Wall … what does that mean … yes this is actually an argument that alibi the … film in thirty years now but we found that about a third of the singles have … casual sex one night stand turned into a romantic relationship … and that the clothes that twenty percent of its friends with benefits … Jenna Dewan uncommitted vote that sexual aid on signs that … its tenants to … a romantic relationship and I said … I think that the that that ten capsules that I it’s not it’s not always spectacular … part of it could be a biological reasons actual behavior of these is the debt holdings in … the seventies as some conservatives are avoiding questionable … saying but it’s also the team that has to change an end of that into it we thought it was just youthful we found is that it’s true across all age groups of … people that are up one night stands and soft … spoken … but somehow home of … one of its fall do’s and don’ts for singles enticing … online we really found that this year we asked the question is you know when you meet for the last person to do … first aid which at thirty one percent of people met that person on line only twenty five percent of people that somebody … to a friend in only six percent of people in the last day … for state I’m in it by ourselves … on line dating is really great … they really have to even sit down to ninety two percent of men really are very comparable to the one asking them out so … women can stand in and out notes that the day at sea change in … NMM female relations … I was just a moment that God is dumb dumb people likes to me like you don’t know they don’t … just eat and over fifty minutes late












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