Teen sex has been on everyone’s lips in 2016, and for good reason.
The average age of the average new adult is 25.1, and according to a 2015 survey of American teens, 75 percent of respondents said they’d experienced sex that was “very” or “very bad” — an alarming figure that has only been rising in the past decade.
It’s also not surprising that the industry is flooded with young models, which has a lot to do with the fact that they’re all relatively young, and that they are generally pretty well-endowed with the body parts and facial features that would allow for an accurate portrayal of a teenage girl.
But that’s not the only thing that has changed in the intervening decade.
As a teen, you can get laid at the age of 16 or 17, if you’re a lucky few, and it’s generally not as bad as it once was.
You can get married at 19, get divorced at 20, and have kids at 23.
If you’re not lucky, your parents can send you to college.
And if you do have a lot of free time and want to explore your sexuality, you’ll find lots of opportunities online.
The world has changed a lot in the last decade, but the biggest changes have come from the teens themselves.
Teenagers are less likely to be sexually active at all, and the age at which they started has also fallen, from 15 to 13, and now is 16.
But it’s not just that teenagers have been taking sex more seriously for a while now — they’re also taking sex with each other a lot more seriously.
A new study published this week in the journal Psychological Science suggests that the shift is a result of a growing awareness of the dangers of teenage sex, especially in the United States.
While a large number of teens still have little idea how to behave when they’re alone in the privacy of their bedrooms, a large portion of them are using the Internet, using apps, or using other forms of social media to connect with others and connect with sex.
What’s more, according to the study, a growing number of teen users are using apps like Kik to keep in touch with each another.
And the app is starting to play a big role in our culture.
It is widely used in Japan, and among Japanese teenagers is the app Kik.
It has more than 2 billion users, making it one of the most popular apps in the world, and accounts for roughly 20 percent of all smartphone apps in Japan.
Kik is, of course, just one app among many that have made teen sexuality popular across the globe, but it has become so pervasive that it’s now considered mainstream.
Teenage users are sharing photos of themselves on social media, sending nude photos of each other, and posting explicit photos of their friends and family.
And it’s getting harder for teens to hide their sexual desires online, because the internet is no longer the only place for teens who want to talk about it.
Teen pregnancy is on the rise, and as a result, the internet has become a hub for teenagers’ sexual desires, says study author Amy A. Rauch, a doctoral student in psychology at University of Southern California.
And as the age gap between teens and adults widens, so too does the risk of unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, she says.
While these issues are certainly important, she adds, the biggest difference between the teen world and the adult world is that the adult-oriented sex-advice sites like Kik are becoming a lot less relevant.
“Kik has been used by the young, but for the older teens, it’s been replaced by messaging apps like Snapchat, which are more for the adults,” Rauche says.
“It’s an interesting thing, because they’re so much more mature than their counterparts, but they’re still young and in control of their own sexuality.”
Teen sex can be a big problem In the past few years, the sexual revolution has seen a big pushback against teenage sexuality.
In a 2014 study published in Psychology of Women Quarterly, researchers surveyed nearly 700 American college students and found that most of them had experienced some sort of sexual contact in the previous year.
“For many, it has been more than sexual in nature,” the study said.
“We have also observed that many of the respondents reported having experienced more than one sexual experience in the prior year.”
That study found that more than half of respondents had been sexually assaulted.
And in a 2015 study, researchers from Columbia University, the University of Maryland, and Yale University found that in a nationally representative sample of American high school students, more than three-quarters reported having had sexual contact with a partner younger than 18.
And a recent survey of teens in the US and abroad found that many have experienced sexual violence in their lives.
A recent study of young women in Brazil found that as young as age 16, they were more likely to have experienced physical, verbal, and emotional abuse than their peers in the same age