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17 June 2004

Only Four Weeks Left For Kiws To Take Part In The Durex Global Sex Survey

The Durex Global Sex Survey will only be online until 19 July so Kiwis wanting to be a part of the world's largest study of sexual attitudes and behaviour should start talking about sex now on www.durex.com.

Durex NZ Manager, Victoria Potter, says that more Kiwis need to fill in the online survey so that New Zealand can keep up its solid record of being the trans-Tasman leaders when it comes to sex.

"Last year we proved that Kiwis were an amorous bunch and increased trans-Tasman rivalry by beating the Australians in the sex stakes," says Ms Potter. "We want as many as possible to take part in this year's sex survey so we can prove that again."

There is now an added bonus for Kiwis to go online and take part in the sex survey, as Durex has recently revamped its website. The new website includes more information about how to have better sex, information on sexual health, and other fun elements such as games and the 'position of the month'.

All Kiwi respondents to the survey go in the draw to win an Apple iPod mini. The results of the Durex Global Sex Survey will be released in October this year.

www.durex.com

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