YouthSight student sex research featured in The Sunday Times
YouthSight’s recent, popular omnibus survey interviewed 1,000 first-year students from UK universities, delving into detail about their attitudes towards and involvement with sexual activities.
Featured in The Sunday Times, reports indicate that a higher percentage of females (56%) are sexually active in their first term at university in comparison to their male peers (49%).
Head of Youth Research and Insight, Josephine Hansom commented that parents may be shocked by the findings, as 43% of students perceive university as an opportunity to experiment sexually.
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