Hot on the heels of its first explosive incarnation, The Great Australian Sex Census is back for the 2011/12 edition, conducted by Australia’s sexiest online dating and social networking site, RedHotPie.com.au.
Asking the questions that the Australian Bureau of Statistics are too afraid to ask, the first Great Australian Sex Census two years ago unleashed some jaw-dropping revelations on Australians about their own sexual kinks, wants and secrets. It was found that Aussie men prefer the humble handful over Baywatch boobs, Real Estate agents are the most likely professionals to cheat on their partners, and you’ve got the best chance of seeing couples shagging in public when in the Northern Territory.
The inaugural census surveyed over 9,000 people, smashing the old-hat Durex sex quiz when it comes to an Australian sample size and establishing itself as the ‘holy grail’ of sex statistics in this country. This year RedHotPie.com.au and its Sex Census partners Sexpo, Eros and The Australian Sex Party are looking to up the ante and conduct the biggest sexuality survey in our history.
Launched to coincide with this week’s Melbourne Sexpo, the second Great Australian Sex Census is poised to drop pants and ask the hard questions of Aussies from Rockhampton to Bunbury. RedHotPie.com.au has urged all Aussies to step up and be a part of this year’s survey.
“In 2009/10, the Great Australian Sex Census was incredibly successful in unlocking Australia’s sexy secrets. This time around we’re looking to take the Census to the next level to blow the lid off some conventional sex myths,” a RedHotPie spokesman said.
“We’re looking to increase the level of respondents taking part, so if you’re hoping to gain some saucy insights to share with your partner, looking for pub ammo to throw at your mates or if you’re just curious to learn about how your sex-life compares with your fellow Aussies – make sure you give this a go, you won’t be disappointed.”
President of the Australian Sex Party, Fiona Patten says: “Having always been great advocates for sexual freedom in Australia, we’re really looking forward to gaining further insight into how the country feels about sex and relationships off the back of the results of the Great Australian Census.”
Take part in the Sex Census by visiting www.sexcensus.com.au or the Great Australian Sex Census Facebook page (www.facebook.com/thegreataustraliansexcensus) to find out more.