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Shannon Roberts | 17 March 2014
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Gynaecologist calls for national campaign against promiscuity

Shannon Buckley | 17 July 2011
A survey by a condom maker has found New Zealand women to be the most promiscuous in the world. Gynaecologist Dr Albert Makary told a Forum on the Family in Auckland last week that Kiwi society normalised promiscuity and asked national leaders, schools and the media to start a national campaign against it.
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