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This may be one reason why so few remain virgins until they marry. Only 9 percent of ever-married men aged 20 to 44 and 15 percent of their female counterparts aged 15 to 44 had sex for the ﬁrst time either within a month of their wedding or after the nuptials. The largest share of men (65 percent) had intercourse for the ﬁrst time ﬁve or more years before they married. Among women, 46 percent had sex for the ﬁrst time at least ﬁve years before marriage. Some demographic segments are more likely to wait for marriage than others.
Some demographic segments are more likely to wait for marriage than others. Hispanics are more likely than blacks or non-Hispanic whites to wait, as are people who were living with both parents at age 14. Among men, fundamentalist Protestants are more likely to wait than those from other religious backgrounds, but among women those with a religion other than Protestant or Catholic are most likely to wait. ■ Regardless of religious background, most men and women do not wait for marriage before having sex.
7 Note: The questions about same-sex sexual contact in the National Survey of Family Growth were worded differently for men and women. Women were asked whether they had ever had a sexual experience of any kind with another female. Men were asked whether they had performed any of four speciﬁc sexual acts with another male. The question asked of women may have elicited more "yes" answers than the questions asked of men. Source: National Center for Health Statistics, Sexual Behavior and Selected Health Measures: Men and Women 15–44 Years of Age, United States, 2002, Advance Data, No.