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Previous research reveals they are up to four times more likely to dislike the act than boys.
The study, published in the Journal Adolescent Health, found some of the largest increases in the prevalence of oral and anal sex over the past decade were observed among those aged 16-18.
All those girls saying that if a woman is denying her husband sex and using excuses like " she's tired, weak or not in the mood" that she has self control but when I say, they get the sex outside from another man that it's not self control.
It's time for all of the girls to see for themselves and stop Conning others to believe they are saints.
Past findings suggest an increase in access to pornography contributed to the surge in millennials having anal sex.
The researchers add young girls may feel pressured into having anal sex, which can be painful.
Results show one in five straight women and one in four straight men between 16 and 24 had vaginal, oral or anal sex in 2010 to 2012 vs one in 10 in 1990 to 1991.
The researchers add young people, particularly girls, may feel pressured into having anal sex, which can be painful.
Lead author Dr Ruth Lewis, who was at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and now works at the University of Glasgow, said: 'By shedding light on when some young people are having sex and what kinds of sex they are having, our study highlights the need for accurate sex and relationships education that provides opportunities to discuss consent and safety in relation to a range of sexual practices.'The results also reveal young people's first sexual experience, such as kissing, generally occurs at 14 rather than 16 in the mid-twentieth century.
On average, those born between 19 wait two years between their first kiss and having intercourse, compared to four years for women and three for men born at the end of the 1930s.
The findings were published in the Journal of Adolescent Health.
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Researchers from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and UCL carried out three sex-related studies between 19.