Why the ‘Hot Vax Slutty Summer’ Never Happened

You saw reports about America’s upcoming “hot vax and “slutty Summer” everywhere you went this spring. It was like an eruption of a volcano of sexual desire.

Experts both real and imaginary predicted that single women, after being vaxxed, and following a lengthy, involuntary period of sexual restraint due to COVID-19 lockdowns would soon be out on the streets looking like a mix of premenopausal and postmenopausal. Sex and the CityGirls, Inmates Freed After 18 Months in Solitary Confinement and Randy Castaways Love Island.

However, like many action movies released in August and June, this film didn’t really live up to its potential. Up to the hype. Some observers believe that the reason “hot vax Summer” is more relaxed than Liberace’s appearance at speculum conferences could be the Delta variant or the rise in online porn. Helen Fisher however, says the main reason it hasn’t happened yet is the slow decline of one-night stands as well as hookup culture over the years.

Fisher is an Anthropologist and is Chief Science Advisor to She is also a Senior Research Fellow at Kinsey Institute. Anatomy of Love (2016).

Overseeing the organization for each of the 11 previous years has been her responsibility. America singlesThe annual survey included more than 5,000 singles across all ages, genders, and sexual orientations. She said that, despite the fact that looks are not in fashion, emotional maturity was rising among Generation Z and millennials, this is a consensus across all age groups. “Stability is the new sexy.” While there are many reasons, she mentions that younger women’s interest in self-care is driving these changes.

Fisher claims that as women are more confident in their lives, earning potential, and status, so have they become less picky when it comes to choosing partners. The preferences of men have also changed. They are more likely to want long-term partners than their female counterparts. They also want a partner who is well-educated, successful, and financially stable—the so-called George Clooney Effect. The survey’s remarkable results show this new equality. A similar number of women and men say that they have had orgasms over the last year.

Fisher discusses with Nick Gillespie the transition to “slow love” as a result of the era of dating apps. The relief many men feel about not being sole breadwinners, and the reasons why increasing sexual options are not only libertarian but libertine.