Sex on trust
The sexual behavior of young people (under 25 years) revealed an exponential similarities: most of them avoid the use of condoms during sexual relations.
The researchers of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, led by Dr. Sisley Marston (Cicely Marston), analyzing 268 The investigations-dovany held in different countries around the world from South Africa to Sweden, found that the use of condoms is associated with a grain of salt, and its presence in the ladies' handbag is perceived as a sign of experience (usually frowned-upon in women).
To discuss and plan for sex is not taken, and everything can not be foreseen at spontaneous meetings. Conclusion of scientists: the rejection of condom use is largely due not to ignorance of the younger generation, and the cultural and social factors that can not be underestimated.