Let’s talk about sex, baby. Specifically, how various generations differ when it comes to their thoughts about—and knowledge of—what happens between the sheets. A recent study conducted by EveAdam, a U.K.-based online, subscription-based healthcare provider, surveyed about 5,000 people (89 percent of whom identified as women) about bedroom issues and impotence.
One of the key takeaways? Your thoughts on sex and sexual wellness vary pretty drastically based on the year you were born. “This is purely speculative, but I would hypothesize that some of us define sex differently depending on the generation we belong to,” notes Dr. Daniel Atkinson, Clinical Lead at EveAdam. Read on for three of the biggest takeaways from the survey—including why boomers are more into penetrative sex than millennials are.