Slarty Bartfast: A news article about a single study of a cohort of unknown size published in an obscure journal behind a pay wall with charged conclusions? Flagged as not the best of the web.
they found that, on average, women reported significantly fewer nonmarital sexual partners than men, as well as longer sexual relationships, leading them to conclude that in general men "swagger" (i.e., exaggerate their sexual activities), while women are "secretive" (i.e., underreport their sexual behaviors).
I would like to see a follow-up study about how rock & roll fits into the picture.
I'm not sure that this is mathematically possible, unless many of the men were either having sex with other men or with women younger than 18 or older than 31.
CORRELATION DOES NOT INFER CAUSATION.
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