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In 2005, 49 percent of Ok Cupid users said they would, while last year just 41 percent did.
The number of people who said love was more interesting to them than sex at the moment remained unchanged, at 75 percent.
Its 12 million users have a median age of 29, and they’re overwhelmingly college-educated and white.
Still, to the extent that those 12 million are being honest, the news seems both good and bad.
“Americans born in the 1950s had sex with 11.68 people on average during a lifetime, while Millennials will average 8.26,” the noted in an article on the report last year.
And a recent study by the Public Religion Research Institute found that 37 percent of Americans between the ages of 18 and 35 think “sex between two adults who have no intention of establishing a relationship” is morally wrong, as my colleague Emma Green reported.
Bendixen indicated that "Men more often start conversations and contact matches, and they're more willing to meet partners through dating apps in private settings." Again, willing does not necessarily mean able.
Ten years ago, online dating was more avant-garde, and thus more likely to be popular among libertines and free spirits, as opposed to anyone and everyone looking for love.
Just like in 2005, the plurality of people (47 percent in 2015) say they wait three dates before having sex with someone new.
And people increasingly feel they would at least need to sleep with them before the wedding night: Of course, Ok Cupid is far from an accurate representation of all sexually active adults.
This week, the company released a survey comparing the responses they received in 2005 to those collected in 2015.
Though not as rigorous as a truly random survey, the data hint at changing views of sex, love, and gender norms among online daters in the U. While “no” responses increased among gay and straight people of both genders, the change was biggest among gay men and straight women.