Gen Z’s Relationship With Sex, Pleasure & The Internet

Young people nowadays are much more informed about sex and relationships than previous generations, but there’s still a long way to go. Gen Z deserve to be well-informed and need inclusive education about sex and relationships, but also need to feel empowered and comfortable with themselves and these conversations. At Voxburner, we want to help brands empower young people, and our new guide, Sex, Pleasure & The Internet, will help you drive these discussions and keep young people informed.

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Sex, Pleasure & The Internet discusses what Gen Z really want out of sexual relationships, looks at the influencers and brands championing sex positivity and asks what role your brand should be playing in the conversation. But before you read the full guide, here’s a snapshot below…

Seven stats on how Gen Z’s view Sex, Pleasure and The Internet

🍆 75% of Gen Z have received a sext

🍑 Gen Zers are having less sex than previous generations thanks to a number of factors, including: the impact of COVID-19, the influx of dating apps and their improved knowledge of sexual relationships

🍆 41% of Gen Z have signed up to a dating site 

🍑 This generation is very open with one another thanks to sex-positive content creators on their social feeds, such as Dr Jennifer Lincoln and Ruby Rare.

🍆 34% of Gen Z own a sex toy 

🍑 TikTok’s community guidelines prohibit explicit language, which can prove a challenge for some brands and content creators. Some of Gen Z’s favourite alternatives include s3x (sex) and spicy eggplant (vibrator). 

🍆 61% of Gen Z have received an unsolicited dick pic

Voxburner’s Sex, Pleasure & The Internet guide is available to download now. Get your free copy now.

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