TIL 90% of people have lost their virginity by age 22. If you haven’t lost it by age 30, the likelihood you will never lose it increases drastically.

TIL 90% of people have lost their virginity by age 22. If you haven't lost it by age 30, the likelihood you will never lose it increases drastically. submitted by /u/cottagecow to r/todayilearned
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