The purpose of this research is analyzing the sexual discount in risky sexual behavior among young men and women. A condom sexual discounting task was administered with three hypothetical assumptions, as well as a questionnaire to identify your risky sexual behavior in 360 youths, men and women between 16 and 33 years old from Mexico. Men have a shorter delay in hours, days and months to have sexual activity without the use of a condom compared with women. For men sexual discount is indifferent to their risky sexual behavior. The women showed differences in condom use and the number of sexual partners, in two of the three delay conditions. These results may contribute to the understanding of sexual discount for interventions that promote an increase in condom use in young people.