Sex Census in the News

The Great Australian Sex Census is a powerful tool, capable of taking a sexual snapshot of Australian sexuality each year, but it’s also a lot of fun. Media all around the world have run stories utilizing results and trends from the Sex Census.

Here are just a few of the numerous articles reporting on, or in collaborating with, The Great Australian Sex Census.

  • 30Mar2014

    Australia’s Dirty Little Secrets (warholschildren.com)

    Your profession dictates your income, your social standing and—your sex life? The Australian Sex Census sheds lights on the bedroom habits of Aussies based on their career. Sounds weird, but stick with me here…

  • 27Mar2014

    Census this: Aussie sex survey on again (bunburymail.com.au)

    AS I CLICKED through the Fairfax warning regarding accessing inappropriate content online, I wondered how many other gainfully employed people around the country were preparing to fill out The Great Australian Sex Census at their desk at 9.30am on a Thursday morning.

  • 27Mar2014

    The Australian sex census results are very revealing (pedestrian.tv)

    Ever wanted to know what your choice of profession means for you in the bedroom? Tired of not knowing if it’s fishermen that have the biggest tackle? Pondering if Tasmania’s map is looking more like Brazil these days?

  • 27Mar2014

    A sexy selfie: snapshot of Australians' sex lives (smh.com.au)

    Utterly shameless, the Great Australian Sex Census is at it again. Seeking to go where, they say, the Australian Bureau of Statistics will not, they are looking to slide right between the sheets with us all.

  • 05Apr2012

    The Great Australian Sex Census on the Morning Show (The Morning Show)

  • 10Apr2012

    Workplaces cook up romance (The Mercury)

    When husband and wife Fabian and Narelle Christoph met more than a decade ago they were colleagues at a Melbourne cafe. Now they are happily married and running The Mill on Morrison in Hobart.

  • 04Apr2012

    Sex Survey Reveals People Want Sex (Triple M)

    The verdict is in, we want threesomes. Well, a fair percentage of us do anyway.
    According to the Great Aussie Sex Census survey results conducted by an adult dating website which collated data from 15,000 respondents, threesomes remain on top of Australians' sexual bucket list.

  • 28Mar2012

    Dogged by sex craze (Northern Territory News)

    Territorians are avoiding taking their dogs for a walk for fear they may be mistaken for doggers.

  • 27Mar2012

    Power, pain and pleasure (smh.com.au)

    Fetish is not for freaks.
    From the high powered to the housewives, it seems fetish can be fun for all walks of life and your "normal" neighbours might be getting up to a lot more mischief than you think.

  • 19Jan2012

    Bi-annual Great Australian Sex Census reveals four in ten of us would sleep with a mate's partner (News.com.au)

    MATESHIP is the cornerstone of the Australian way of life until sex enters the picture, that is. Early results from the bi-annual Great Australian Sex Census reveal four out of 10 people would have sex with a friend's partner if the opportunity arose.

  • 17Dec2011

    Sex in ACT? Anything goes (Canberra Times)

    CANBERRANS have some of the broadest sexual preferences in the country, a new survey has revealed. Early results from the Great Australian Sex Census indicate Canberrans find all manner of professions "sexy".

  • 02Nov2009

    Students don't cheat ... on their partners (Northern Territory News)

    MARTHA Clarke doesn't have time to think about cheating on her boyfriend - not with a pile of university knowledge books surrounding her. She agreed with a national sex survey which revealed students and IT professionals were the least likely to cheat.

  • 01Nov2009

    Tassie happy with sex (The Mercury)

    SATISFACTION in bedrooms across Tasmania has climaxed, the Great Australian Sex Census has revealed. Tasmania boasts the greatest number of lovers who were never bored having sex with their regular partner.

  • 31Oct2009

    NT folks happy in the sack (Northern Territory News)

    TERRITORIANS are bucking a trend of being bored in the bedroom, according to a national survey. But the news comes as no surprise for those living in the NT.

  • 24Oct2009

    Great Australian Sex Census reveals the occupations most likely to cheat (News.com.au)

    If you're the type who strays, hook up with a retiree they're the people most likely to forgive a cheater. But pack your bags if you've done the dirty on someone who works in finance.

  • 24Oct2009

    For love rats, cheating comes with the job (OptusZoo News)

    AUSTRALIA'S biggest love rats work in real estate, sales and marketing, construction and call centres. If you're the type who strays, hook up with a retiree they're the people most likely to forgive a cheater.

  • 19Oct2009

    Be they real or fake ... in NT we don't discriminate (Northern Territory News)

    TERRITORY blokes have a passion for bolt-on boobs, according to a new survey. But they still prefer the real things to surgically enhanced versions.
    The Good Sex survey found 35 per cent of NT blokes are a fan of fake boobs - the highest rate in the nation.

  • 16Oct2009

    Fake boobs, blonde hair out, Mr and Mrs Average now in demand (Australiannews.net)

    Men no longer find fake boobs and blonde hair hot, instead they go for the natural look when it comes to finding a partner, an Australian study has found. The Great Australian Sex Census suggests that the men prefer "average" looking partners to those with fake breasts and brunettes to blonde hair.

  • 16Oct2009

    Fake boobs out, Mr and Mrs Average now in demand (HeraldSun.com.au)

    MOVE over Pamela Anderson, Mr and Mrs average are now in demand.
    The Great Australian Sex Census has found fake boobs and blonde hair is no longer popular among men, who now prefer the more natural look.

  • 16Oct2009

    Fake boobs out, Mr and Mrs Average now in demand (News.com.au)

    MOVE over Pamela Anderson, Mr and Mrs average are now in demand.
    The Great Australian Sex Census has found fake boobs and blonde hair is no longer popular among men, who now prefer the more natural look.

  • 16Oct2009

    Fake boobs, blonde hair out, Mr and Mrs Average now in demand Down Under! (Armoks News)

    Men no longer find fake boobs and blonde hair hot, instead they go for the natural look when it comes to finding a partner, an Australian study has found.

  • 14Oct2009

    The Great Australian Sex Census (Australian Sex Party News)

    We’re all doing it, but how, where, how often and who are we doing it with? That’s what the first ever national sex census is set to uncover with a study open to all adult Australians, no strings attached!
    To kick-start the campaign and to set the benchmark, Australia’s sexiest online dating site RedHotPie.com.au surveyed 4,238 of its members over the past week on what they believe is ‘average’ for the average Australian.