60 percent admitted to lying about something related to sex: 30 percent lied about how far they have gone, 24 percent about their number of sexual partners, and 23 percent about their virginity status;
78 percent agreed there was "way too much pressure" from society to have sex;
57 percent of sexually active respondents reported having had unprotected sex;
53 percent said they had talked with a parent about preventing pregnancy;
51 percent said having sex before marriage was acceptable in their family; and
66 percent said they could be happy in a serious relationship that did not include sex.
The survey also found that the double standard is still alive and well. In terms of "hooking up," "friends with benefits" - 53 percent said of the males reported that having a lot of casual partners makes males more popular, but 71 percent reported believing that having sex made girls less popular.