Durex Sex Survey 2005: OECD and Selected Asia Countries (Part 5)

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 5: Percentage of interviewee who have had sexually transmit infection before vs. number of sex partner he/she has.

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) Blue square: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, New Zealand, Switzerland, UK.
e) Green “z”: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden.

Methink: Well, in theory you can have a lot sex partners without being infected with STIs by avoiding unprotected sex. However, as I asked the question why in part 2: why the more people who have one-night stand, the more likely they perform unprotected sex, so it is highly possible that the more sex partners (averagely in a country), the more people will or had contracted STIs before.

Source: Durex Global Sex Survey 2005

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