United Press International:
U.S. teens who delay having sex may have more satisfying romantic relationships in adulthood, but were less likely to get married, researchers say.
Paige Harden of The University of Texas at Austin said the study found those who had a later first sexual experience were less likely to be married and had fewer romantic partners in adulthood.
Harden said it’s possible people who have their first sexual encounter later might be pickier in choosing romantic and sexual partners, but more research is needed.
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