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Published online:. Overview of key findings Half of New Zealand adults had had sex by the time they were 17 years old. The median age for first sex was lower for men and women aged under 55 at the time of the survey 17 years for both than it was for the men 18 years and women 19 years aged 65—74 at the time of the survey. Among those aged 65—74 years, 12 percent of men and six percent of women had first had sex before aged 16; this increased to around one in four men and women now aged 16—24 years.
It was more common among those living in the most deprived areas than those in the least deprived areas. The majority 78 percent of respondents used contraception when they first had sex. Condom use and the use of contraception more generally including condoms during first sex was more common in people who were younger at the time of the survey than those who were older. Sixteen percent of women and four percent of men said their partner was more willing than they were. Around one in 40 women said they were forced the first time they had sex.
Overall, 16 percent of men and 40 percent of women felt they should have waited longer to have sex for the first time. This sentiment was more common in younger people; it was reported by about one-quarter of men and one-half of women aged 16—24 years. Similarly, those living in more deprived areas were 1. Publishing information Date of publication: 15 November Ministry of Health.
Wellington: Ministry of Health. New Zealand Health Survey. Sexual and reproductive health.
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