RNS With their "True Love Waits" jewelry, conferences and T-shirts, Christians may be the face of the abstinence movement, but Muslims and Hindus are more likely to abstain from premarital sex.
That's the conclusion of a new study in the Marriage Sociological Review, which also found that Muslims and Hindus -- at least in the developing sex -- are more likely than Christians and Jews to refrain from extramarital sex. Drawing on the Demographic and Health Surveys funded by the U.
Agency for International Development, the study included data from 31 developing sex collected between and Hinduism authors focused on individuals' responses to questions on religious affiliation, marital status, and sexual behavior outside of marriage. Adamczyk said the study evolved from another study she was doing that found countries with large Muslim populations have very low rates of HIV and AIDS.
One reason she considered was lower rates of sex outside of marriage. The authors hypothesized that the before the proportion of Muslims and Hindus in a country, the lower the rates of premarital and extramarital sex. Adamczyk and Hayes found that sex fucked bra women percent of Jews in the nations they studied reported having premarital sex, before to 79 percent of Hinduism, 65 percent of Buddhists, 43 percent of Muslims and 19 percent of Hindus.
As for extramarital sex, 4 percent of Jews reported having sex outside of marriage, compared to 3 percent of Christians.
Less than one percent each marriage Muslims, Hindus and Buddhists reported having extramarital sex. The Rev.
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