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Two Weeks Left To Talk Sex

18 July 2005

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Two Weeks Left To Talk Sex

Kiwis only have two more weeks to take part in the 2005 Durex Global Sex Survey.

The survey will go offline on 31 July, so Kiwis wanting to participate in the world's biggest sexual survey should go to before it is too late.

This year's survey will reveal whether New Zealanders are still taking risks, whether Daniel Carter is still the country's sexiest celebrity, and how often we're having sex compared to other countries.

Last year more than 350,000 people from 41 countries shared their sexual secrets with the world, making it the largest study of sexual attitudes and behaviour globally, but this year Durex wants it to be even bigger.

Victoria Potter, Durex NZ Manager, says the survey gives Kiwis the chance to have their say about what is important to them when it comes to sex, from their fantasies through to sexual health issues.

"Kiwis are always keen participants in the Durex Global Sex Survey, and we've stacked up well against other nations in previous years, but we want more New Zealanders to complete the survey this year," says Ms Potter.

All Kiwi respondents who complete the survey before 31 July go in the draw to win a Sony 20GB Hard Drive Walkman and, globally, there is an ultimate international holiday to South Africa that one lucky respondent will win.

The 2005 Durex Global Sex Survey results will be released in November this year.


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