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Let's Talk About Sex

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

13 October 2005

Let's Talk About Sex

Who will be voted New Zealand's sexiest celebrity? Are Kiwis happy with their sex lives?

All results from New Zealand's sexiest survey will be revealed on Tuesday 8 November 2005.

More than 310,000 people from 41 countries took part in this year's Durex Global Sex Survey, understood to be the world's largest study into sexual attitudes and behaviour.

Durex NZ Manager, Victoria Potter says with each Durex sex survey New Zealanders continue to prove that they're an active bunch -- but quantity of sex does not necessarily mean quality.

"We're looking forward to revealing this year's results. The 2004 sex survey showed that New Zealanders are very keen lovers beating the Australians in the frequency of sex stakes -- but when it comes to quality of sex, New Zealanders didn't fare too well with a third admitting they faked orgasms," says Ms Potter.

Kiwis can check out the survey results from Tuesday 8 November at www.durex.com.

ENDS

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