Lifestyle

'Sugar daddies' seeking sex

QUEENSLAND'S most promiscuous men can be found in Brisbane, Cairns and the Gold Coast, a survey of the world's biggest "sugar daddy" website revealed on Tuesday.

The survey of men registered on seekingarrangement.com, revealed 44% of Australian sugar daddies have more than seven sexual partners a year, while the rest have between two to four.

Of the 1000 registered men, 55% admitted they joined the website with "sex" as their main motivation.

Perth had the most promiscuous men with 79%, followed closely by Melbourne (76%) and Sydney (74%).

The survey also showed there were more "sugar daddies", or wealthy men seeking sex, per capita in Australia than the United States.

 

WHO'S YOUR DADDY?

Cities with the most promiscuous men in Australia:

1. Perth: 79%
2. Melbourne: 76%
3. Sydney: 74%
4. Darwin: 72%
5. Brisbane: 70%
6. Cairns: 69%
7. Albany: 64%
8. Geelong: 63%
9. Albury: 61%
10. Gold Coast: 59%

 

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Topics:  dating, lifestyle, men, relationships, sex




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