Posted September 16, 2018 11:05:30 When the students at the University of Virginia asked students to rate the importance of sexual experiences, they found that only a quarter of them said they had had a “very good” or “very bad” sexual experience.

That’s a drop from the 46% who said they’d had a very good or very bad experience in the previous year, according to the survey.

But even among the young adults who said “very” or that they “had” a “good” sexual encounter, they were more likely to say they would “definitely” or say “probably” have sex with someone else.

That means that the young people who were most likely to report a sexual experience, those who were less than 18 years old, were the ones most likely who might not want to have sex at all.

The study found that the majority of students said they would consider not having sex with a partner if they could find another person who had a similar experience.

“It was the least-important sexual experience I had in my life,” said one student, who asked to be identified only as “M.D.”

“I had a lot of fun, and it was a good experience.

But I had a bad experience.

But if I don [want to] do it with somebody who has that same experience, then it’s really difficult for me. “

I have a lot to think about.

But if I don [want to] do it with somebody who has that same experience, then it’s really difficult for me.

I’m not going to have that same sexual experience again.”

Another student said that she was more interested in sex when she was younger.

“One of my favorite memories of high school was being a little shy, and I think a lot [of] my friends thought that it was cute,” she said.

“So I think that being shy and being shy in that way makes you more attractive.”

This isn’t the first time that researchers have found that sexual experiences don’t correlate with success in life.

In a 2012 study, researchers surveyed more than 600 people ages 18 to 24 and found that participants with a “great” sexual history reported having less success in school than those with a poor one.

“We were surprised to find that this was not true in every person in our sample,” said study co-author Michael Riesch, an assistant professor of psychology at the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

“But we found a relationship between having a very high-quality sexual experience and having less school success, so we thought, ‘This may have something to do with a lot more of the sexual activity in the future.'”