Pat Buchanan famously wrote that "historians may one day call 'the pill' the suicide tablet of the West". Looking at the sheer numbers, he seems to be on the mark.
I'm not much of an optimist, but I do have a detached sunny disposition, so perhaps we can find a silver lining. The GSS has queried respondents several times, most recently in 2012, on whether or not they have ever been arrested. Male privilege helps get a person cuffed, with 20.4% of adult men having ever been arrested compared to only 5.7% of women. Consequently, we'll be looking at men here, and to allow ample time for procreating to have occurred, we'll be looking at those aged 40-65. The trends subsequently discussed hold across racial lines.
As Heartiste has argued in one hundred different ways, chicks love badboys, and there is hardly a better indicator of badboy status than having had a run-in (or multiple run-ins) with the law. The GSS affirms as much. Among the one-in-five men who've been arrested, 22.1% report having sex no more than once a month and 57.3% report having sex at least once a week. Among the four-in-five men who've never been arrested, those figures are 29.7% and 43.5%, respectively. This sex frequency advantage among those who have been arrested exists despite the fact that arrestees are less likely to be married than men who have never been arrested are (68.6% to 84.7%). Jokes about marriage being a vow of celibacy aside, married people tend to have significantly* more sex than unmarried people do.
Prior to the onset of easily accessible modern contraceptives, this would've translated into badboys outbreeding the rest of the male population. Fortunately, the edge in sexual access doesn't translate into a realized procreative advantage. Men who have been arrested average 2.71 children. Men who haven't average a nearly identical 2.63.
GSS variables used: SEXFREQ(0-2)(4-6), AGE(40-65), SEX(1), MARITAL(1,3-5), CHILDS, ARREST(1-2)
* Controlling for age, mean sex frequency among married adults is about one standard deviation higher than it is among unmarried adults