Thanks for pointing that out. I thought it was an American survey. I wonder how the U.S. compares.
I understand it is much the same. Some people say that Britain is further down the road, but I don't think so. Britain and America have been exchanging cultures for many years now. The results have not been good.
Conditions are rapidly declining now. I was last in Britain some 12 years ago. We were able to walk down London streets without thought of crime. My parents-in-law were there about 3 or 4 years ago, and they said that pickpockets are really a problem now. There are signs posted telling people to beware of the pickpockets. That is only one thing that has changed for the worst in recent years. The decline is coming faster.
In America, we have the rapid spread of drugs. The teens are especially fond of "ecstacy." They are using other drugs as well. As for sex, girls on a casual date are expected to put out. They know the rules and they comply.
I saw a survey once that said that the average age in America for a girl to lose her virginity is down to 16. And that is the average age. Many teens are fond of "parties" with booze, drugs, and sex. The schools are now handing out condoms. Many teens use the condoms, but others don't. I was driving around some boys the other day. They were listening to a local radio station that was playing the standard filth that the young people listen to now. The radio DJ made a comment about, "fill her faster than a drunken prom date."
Sex, drugs, and booze is what the young people know, and this generation is a real "interesting" group.