Virginity rates among students by major

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By Caroline Mcguire for MailOnline. A new study has revealed that students on computer science and dentistry courses at university are much less likely to have had a sexual experience than pupils enrolled in other subjects. According to a new survey by student newspaper The Tab , 11 percent of computer scientists currently in higher education haven't had sex. A new study says students on computer science and dentistry courses at British universities are much less likely to have had sex picture posed by models.

Harvard's Class of 2017 Is Full of Virgins

Harvard's Class of Is Full of Virgins - The Atlantic

This article is from the archive of our partner. The Harvard Crimson rolled out the 4th part of its survey of the class of , and the stats suggest a lack of amorous activity Cambridge's newest arrivals. Those who have done the deed, as the young folks say, were more likely to be male, private school students, homosexual or bisexual, and Jewish. Also, a little over half of this fall's recruited athletes had sealed the deal at one point in their lives. At the other end of the spectrum, no student who self identified as Mormon reported ever having bumped uglies.

Japan has an increasing percentage of young adults with no history of heterosexual vaginal intercourse. Public health experts at the University of Tokyo completed the most detailed analysis of national fertility survey data to date to understand trends in sexual experience over the past three decades. Peter Ueda, an expert in epidemiology and public health and leader of the research project. The new analysis presented estimates for the whole Japanese population, more clearly defined the age and socioeconomic status of people who have never had heterosexual intercourse and compared trends over time. Heterosexual inexperience in women aged 18 to 39 years old increased from
There is evidence that geeks get laid the least in college. Check out the rates for Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics. Funny, that chart would also work if the description was "Percent of students that are employed currently.