New York: More girls in US are waiting until after college to lose their virginity, a new survey has revealed. The “Ultimate College Girl Survey,” conducted by HerCampus.com, an online community for college women, during the 2011-12 academic year, involved nearly 2,600 participants between the ages of 17 and 23.69 percent of those surveyed said that they didn`t lose their virginity until they turned 18, while 43 percent of respondents were still virgins at the time of the survey, the New York Daily News reported. For those respondents who had already had sex, 12.3 percent lost their virginity at 17, while 9.5 percent said that their first time was at age 16.Participants hailed from 677 different US schools, with graduating classes 2012 through 2015 almost equally represented.
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