Dating apps like Tinder and Bumble have made it easier than ever to find a potential partner. They also make it abundantly clear that there are more fish in the sea, which has led many to decry to end of dating as we know it and the rise of big, bad hookup culture. Instead of settling down, we’re getting frisky with no-strings-attached flings. But our friends at Science of Us point out that research tells another story. The median age of marriage has gone up in the last 30 years—meaning most of us have more sexual partners—but the General Social Survey found that 20-somethings today aren’t any more promiscuous than previous generations. (Maybe it’s because we spend all of our time swiping rather than meeting up IRL.)