More people – especially young people – around the world are choosing not to get married, not to have long-term relationships, not to have children, and to have less sex. No, it’s not the time of free “drug, sex and rock ‘n’ roll” anymore.

We are not predicting the actual “end of sex”, but possibly a significant shift in sex “as we know it” today, with many opportunities emerging for sex toys, sex aids, sexual health and sexual fulfilment industries.

There’s nothing rude or crude in this video, but it might still cause one or two blushes to consider how sex might change in the future. If you’re interested in even more insights, a research report from our team at TomorrowToday called “The Future of Sex” is available.

Graeme Codrington, is an internationally recognized futurist, specializing in the future of work. He helps organizations understand the forces that will shape our lives in the next ten years, and how we can respond in order to confidently stay ahead of change. Chat to us about booking Graeme to help you Re-Imagine and upgrade your thinking to identify the emerging opportunities in your industry.

For the past two decades, Graeme has worked with some of the world’s most recognized brands, travelling to over 80 countries in total, and speaking to around 100,000 people every year. He is the author of 5 best-selling books, and on faculty at 5 top global business schools.


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