It’s probably bullshit, but even if the correlation were right, the causality could be reversed. Maybe well-adjusted, mentally stable, outgoing, and intelligent people are more likely to find a partner in their teens than a narcissistic, entitled, sexist misanthrope. How can one simultaneously hate all women and feel like they are missing out by not having a partner? Do they really think sex is some magic, life-changing pill more than other temporary rushes of endorphins, be them from exercise, food, or intoxicating substances? I mean, geeze, by choice I didn’t have sex until my twenties, then my wife left me pretty much out of nowhere and it was like 7 years of single parenthood of four psychologically traumatized kids that precluded even the possibility of a one-night stand, much less a relationship. You know what? I kept my job, learned some new skills, and remained a generally productive member of society. Sometimes the best decisions come from having no one to tell you not to do it! Even now, my current fiance and I live in different states and can go for long periods without seeing it other. Your attitude about sex isn’t going to get better simply by having it; if it and you are unhealthy, you will remain so. I’ve seen it with certain former addicts, who manage to get off of the substance, only to continue some other unhealthy attitude or personality traits.