Re: U.S. sex statistics.

Jay Thomas (
Thu, 15 Jan 1998 08:13:32 -0500

I Find Karma wrote:
> Rush Limbaugh was spouting off some U.S. sex statistics this morning,
> but I wasn't paying attention to the source of said statistics.
> Could the following possibly be true?
> 1. Education level is inversely proportional to getting sex.
> The less educated you are, the more likely you are to get some.
> The more educated you are, the less likely you are to get some.

This from yesterdays Slate magazine "Todays Papers"

USAT runs a "talker" across the top of its front reporting that
"Study Finds Highly Educated Have Less Sex." But the results, based
on a survey of 10,000 adults, aren't quite so straightforwardly
anti-intellectual. It turns out that there's a sort of a sexual
bubble: while people who've been to grad school average 52 sex acts
a year, and those who've only been through high school average 59,
folks who left school after college average 61.

Note: If most people live another fifty years after college and if
college costs a total of more than $100,000, then the additional sex
achieved by college students over their high school counterparts is
purchased at Heidi Fleiss rates: about $1,000 per.

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Well, I think so -POIT- but *where* do you stick the feather and call 
it macaroni?