Parents and researchers initially thought the decrease in intercourse amongst young people was a victory in the current decade. The celebration, however, was short -lived as oral sex has increased amongst men and women between the ages of 15-24, according to study released by the Center for Disease Control.
The CDC study reports two in every three young Americans between the ages of 15 and 24 have engaged in oral sex. The study goes in-depth on this issue and finds certain demographics practice this sexual act more than others.
Young people coming from two parent homes are more likely to engage in oral sex before vaginal, according to the study. Additionally, males and females from college-educated households were more than likely to practice oral sex before having vaginal intercourse.
CDC study reports white youths are more likely to engage in oral sex before vaginal sex than black youths. According to the study, 44 percent of white youth had practiced oral sex first, compared to just 30 percent of black youths.
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