Women in New Zealand are dumping the dating culture in
favour of getting drunk and cruising around in packs looking for men to have
sex with, says a new survey.
According to the TVNZ Sunday investigation, dating had been
turned down in favour of sex as the point of entry into a relationship.
And, if the sex isn't good enough the first time, it was
found that most Kiwi women would not waste their time on that man, moving on to
the next as soon as possible.
"There's a new kind of mating ritual sex is the point
of entry into the relationship.
There's no dating culture any more" Stuff.co.nz quoted
TVNZ Sunday correspondent Janet McIntyre, as saying.
The investigation came on the heels of Kiwi women
being declared the world's most promiscuous ladies by the Durex Sexual
Wellbeing Global Survey.