Sex recession: Why young adults are having fewer intimate relationships
In the age of dating apps, one would assume young adults are having the time of their lives – but surprisingly, that’s not the case. The Atlantic senior editor Kate Julian, psychologist Simone Humphrey, and marriage and family therapist George James join Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb to share why more young people in the U.S. are turning away from physical intimacy.
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