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Surpising Study Says Teen Girls and Boys Are Having the Same Sexual Fantasies

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Nobody can keep it in their Urban stretch skinnies.

A new study out of the Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics has discovered that contrary to popular opinion, teen girls and boys think about sex and fantasize the same amount. Surveying more than 800 Swedish 16 year-olds, the researchers found that an overwhelming 96 percent of boys and 54 percent of girl had watched porn. Of those frisky teens who had tuned into a internet smut, both boys and girls had the same type of porn-influenced fantasies and had both tried their hand in recreating porn moves at home (read: their parent's basements). 

The groups of teens most likely to have sex, and quite possibly be cast for the next revamp of Skins, were girls who went to tech schools with divorced parents (hello, daddy/mommy issues), and those who liked porn. And while the study still supported the outdated fact that promiscuous men are viewed more favorably than girls with an equal number of partners, it did have one heartening outcome. It was found that both sexes thought boys and girls were equally interested in sex. Because, duh. If overhyped teen sex dramas have taught us anything, it's that nobody can keep it in their Urban stretch skinnies for very long.

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