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NZ women are world’s most promiscuous

Posted by te2ataria on July 10, 2011

New Zealand: A rapidly self-destroying culture that never was

Shocking number of pregnant women cannot remember whom they slept with: NZ Gynaecologist

Dr Albert Makary, who has been in Timaru for 20 years, called on national leaders, sports stars, schools and the media at a Forum on the Family in Auckland yesterday to “stigmatise” both promiscuity and the binge drinking that usually preceded it.

Condom-maker’s data may be underestimated

Previously, a survey by a condom maker had revealed that New Zealand women were the most promiscuous in the world, with 20.3 sexual partners on average, with the world average being 7.3.

Kiwi men were also above average with 16.8 partners. New Zealand was the only country where women had more sexual partners than men.

Numbers of kiwi pedophiles/child sex were not included in the survey.

Dr Makary, a 52-year-old Christian originally from Egypt, said he was “an eyewitness of the pain” that promiscuity causes.

He is one of only three gynaecologists in Timaru and sees scans of the town’s pregnant women because there is no other radiology service.

“I get women coming in and saying, ‘Doctor, I can’t remember who I slept with yesterday.’

“It is very, very frequent. I’m not talking about one or two or three or 1000 cases. I’m talking about thousands and thousands of cases a year [nationally].”

AND, they’re proud of it.

“Here is a culture which says if you can remember what happened yesterday you haven’t had enough fun,” Dr Makary said.

“There’s a lot of pressure on the kids. This culture doesn’t only affect those subscribing to it. It affects those who don’t subscribe by being marginalised and ostracised.”

He said Kiwi society “normalised” drunkenness and promiscuity. Even drink driving campaigns implied that it was okay to get drunk as long as you didn’t drive. Sex education focused on safe sex implied that sleeping around was okay “as long as you’re wearing the right gear”.

Young women wore their sexual popularity as a badge of honour. One young student boasted that she slept with 20 men in orientation week.

“If you want a new word – ‘stud-ess’ – you are removing another word: ‘mum’,” Dr Makary said.

Promiscuity undermined stable life-long relationships: Dr Makary

The symptoms were increasing violence, sexual assault, alcohol- and drug-fuelled car accidents, a growing incidence of depression and the world’s highest rates of both chlamydia and youth suicide.

He called on all parts of society to end the normalisation and glamorisation of promiscuity.

Source of this story: NZ women promiscuous – doctor


kiwis top the world charts in the following categories

23.  New Zealand women have the highest numbers of sexual partners in the world. They sleep with  an average of 20.4 sexual partners, condom-maker Durex said. [The global average is 7.3.] New Zealand women also came top as the only female group more promiscuous than their men, who averaged 16.8 sexual partners.

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5 Responses to “NZ women are world’s most promiscuous”

  1. toby said

    pakeha are f*ckin” retarded! NZ sucks! they ought to go F*ck themselves!

  2. notoneofthose said

    A shocking number of Kiwi women have told me that prostitution is a viable means of getting ahead here. Like accounting or any other profession, only easier and more lucrative. Open legs – ka-ching. Simple as that. No moral stigma. The ones with a rudimentary sense of shame do it on their OE and then bring the money back here, or through Australia, or in the form of expensive gifts that they then resell for money. Even the ones who do not do it consider it bad form to suggest that it is not a healthy practice. Obtaining a blood test before sleeping with someone is something only chumps do in New Zealand. I wish I could write in about the data a friend turned up about the size of the Kiwi STD iceberg under the waterline, (think, “she’ll be right mate”) but I do not want to get him in trouble.

  3. te2ataria said

    @ notoneofthose

    The issue is promiscuous lifestyles. Prostitution per se may account only for a small percentage of NZ women’s licentious sexual behaviour.

  4. SP said

    This blog is great!

  5. BF said

    I have noticed criticizing New Zealand on local and international forums on the internet is met with severe backlash, and also why do some people hate NZ’s problems being exposed?

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