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You Have No Clue How You Are Ruining Your Sex Life By Using Tinder Everyday 

Nowadays, young adults seem to be quite busy in using the various apps on their smartphones due to which they get very little time to hook up. Several dating apps are meant to increase the chances of casual sex with strangers but the outcome is completely opposite.  

Due to spending long time on internet, people are unable to manage time for romps. New research suggests that young people hooked on Tinder have less sex than their parents. Read further to find out how the addiction of dating apps is ruining the sex life of young people.

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You Have No Clue How You Are Ruining Your Sex Life By Using
Tinder Everyday 

You Have No Clue How You Are Ruining Your Sex Life By Using Tinder Everyday 

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Technology is meant to ease the process of hunting for sexual partners but the reality is completely different. 

You Are Ruining Your Sex Life

One in seven people in the age group of 20-24 years doesn't have time for romps as compared to one in seventeen of those born in the late sixties.  

You Are Ruining Your Sex Life

Experts suggest that young people spend more time on hook-up apps especially Tinder. 

You Are Ruining Your Sex Life

Thus, they are unable to take out some time for sex. 

You Are Ruining Your Sex Life

Various other factors such as sex education, awareness about STIs and number of adults living with parents are also responsible for deteriorating sex life.

You Are Ruining Your Sex Life

Women in the age group of 20-24 have less chances of hook up as compared to their parents at that age. 

You Are Ruining Your Sex Life

Another study claims that teenagers are having less sex as compared to the teens of 90s. 

You Are Ruining Your Sex Life

Professor Jean Twenge studied 26,707 adults at San Diego State University. She explained, "Dating apps should help young adults find sexual partners more easily. But technology may have the opposite effect. If young people are spending so much time online, they interact less in person."

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