Durex Sex Survey 2005: OECD and Selected Asia Countries (Part 3)

My half-baked statistic take 😛 on the global sex survey conducted in various OECD countries and some selected Asia countries in year 2005 on:

Part 3: Percentage of interviewee who have had sexually transmit infection before vs. percentage of interviewee who have had one-night stand experience.


Legend:
a) Pink “x”: Asia countries – Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia.
b) Brown cross “+”: relatively more religious countries – Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain.
c) Red cross “+”: US.
d) Deep blue square: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, New Zealand, Switzerland, UK.
e) Green “z”: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden.

Methink: So does it mean that the more common one-night stand activity in a country, the more likely higher chance that someone will contract sexually transmitted infection (STI)? Another note is that, as the previous post (part 2) shown, people are also more likely to practise unprotected sex with new partner in the countries which one-night stand is a common. Therefore I guess it is not a surprise to see the correlation whereby: the more people who has had one-night stand, coupled with their unwillingness to practise protected sex, the higher chance that one will contract STI.

Source: Durex Global Sex Survey 2005

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