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  5. @SciencePunk It did seem to suggest people had stopped having sex because they prefer having casual sex.

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  16. @SciencePunk - Reflecting a complex, messy, and uncertain reality. Self-reporting doesn't map to actions, but changes in language and...

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    @SciencePunk - ... framings are still interesting, significant. And I've seen enough supporting signals to take it seriously.

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  18. @SciencePunk - The emergence thereof. At a smaller scale, we're seeing the emergence of asexual visibility as a thing in Europe & the US.

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    Justin Pickard

    @SciencePunk - And it's hugely patronising to take the claims of people from a different cultural background as necessarily suspicious.

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    Justin Pickard

    @SciencePunk - (You *could* be right, but the overlapping changes around sex, relationships & having kids makes the trend *more* plausible.)

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  20. @SciencePunk @justinpickard Wld be a good classroom case study. "Here, untangle the trends from fads from drivers from reporting."

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    changeist

    changeist

  21. @changeist @SciencePunk - Also a good example of the utility of qualitative data and thick description, as opposed to surveys.

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    Justin Pickard

  22. @justinpickard @SciencePunk I guess. I tried to read the two threads separately and see if they matched up. Came away feeling they didn't.

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    changeist

    @justinpickard @SciencePunk I came away feeling that the trend line is probably right, but story must be more subtle and complex somehow.

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    changeist