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How's Your Sex Life?

How's Your Sex Life?

It's time for Kiwis to talk about sex.

From choosing their favourite turn-on to preferred sexual position, Kiwis have the chance to do it for New Zealand and be a part of the online 2003 Durex Global Sex Survey at

More than 35 countries are expected to take part, ensuring the sex survey remains one of the largest studies into the sexual attitudes and behaviour of people around the world.

Last year's survey revealed that Kiwis are keen lovers, with most admitting they'd had a one--night stand and wanted more sex.

"The Durex Global Sex Survey is a fun way in which to gauge what people think about sex --from their attitudes towards STIs and sexual fantasies, to which celebrities they find the sexiest," says Victoria Potter, Durex NZ Manager. "Kiwis have always shown they're happy to disclose their sex lives and I'm anticipating that this year will be no different."

The first 500 Kiwi respondents to the survey will receive a Durex sample and everyone goes into the draw to win a Fuji Finepix digital camera.

Kiwis have until late July to answer the questions online, and results from the 2003 Durex Global Sex Survey will be released in September 2003.

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