Researchers from the University of Connecticut and Georgia State University have concluded that MED laws have made younger Americans screw more.
- To determine how legalization has influenced frequency of sex, the research team looked at a significant data set that included “detailed questions about sexual activity and substance use” in the youth between 1997 and 2011. Their survey asked for explicit answers on past-month marijuana use and sex.
- Respondents reported a 4.3% increase in the “likelihood of having sex once or more in the past month.”
- According to the report contraceptive use is down and births are up, correspondingly.