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The 10 Most Promiscuous Countries In The World

By | source:Here Sep 5th, 2023

Most people have heard of the top 10 countries that have the most promiscuous people. However, what about the other 180-ish countries in the world? Are you curious which ones are on that list? Well, we’re here to answer all your questions!


Australia is the most promiscuous country in the world. The country has the highest rate of STIs, with Australian men having the highest rate of STIs and Australian women having the highest rate of STIs. The stats show that Australians are getting laid more than anyone else on Earth–and they’re doing it without protection! The high number of people in Australia who have been diagnosed with chlamydia (a bacterial infection) or gonorrhoea (a sexually transmitted disease caused by bacteria that can infect your genitals, rectum and throat) has led to their position as number one in sexual activity.



Brazil is the most promiscuous country in the world. The average Brazilian has sex three times a week, and they’re not afraid to talk about it or do it in public. They have a reputation for being very affectionate and loving people, so you can imagine how their lovemaking sessions go! Brazilian women are also very beautiful, sexy and romantic. They have an amazing energy that makes them irresistible to men all over the world (and vice versa).



Greece has a reputation for being hot and steamy. The country has been known to have some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, as well as some of the most beautiful people on it. But what you may not know is that Greece also ranks number 3 on our list of most promiscuous countries! In fact, according to research done by and analysed by MailOnline Travel: “A quarter (25%) of Greek men admit they have had more than 10 partners in their lifetime – more than any other European nation.” That’s pretty high considering that only 4% of British men say they’ve slept with more than 10 women!



Chile is the most promiscuous country in South America, with an average of 20 sexual partners per person. Chileans are even more promiscuous than Argentinians, who come in second place with 19 partners. This makes sense given that Chile has a population of 17 million people and an area slightly smaller than Great Britain–it’s not like there’s much else to do besides have sex! The contrast between the two countries was especially evident during the 2010 World Cup: while Chile won two games before being knocked out by Brazil (who finished fourth), Argentina lost all three games they played against Germany (who won).


New Zealand

New Zealand is the most promiscuous country in the world. According to a study conducted by Durex, Kiwis have an average of 18 sexual partners per year, which is nearly double that of the United States. While it’s no surprise that New Zealanders are more likely than most people around the globe to have had sex with a stranger or multiple partners at once (40% vs. 27%), their sexual habits are also very similar to those found in Australia–another nation known for its liberal attitudes towards sex and casual hookups between strangers.



Germany is the most promiscuous country in Europe. Germany has a high number of sex clubs, and is known for its liberal attitudes towards sex. The country also has a high rate of pornography consumption, with an estimated 14 million Germans viewing adult content every day. Germany’s reputation as one of the world’s most sexually liberated nations has been cemented by its large number of prostitutes (around 400,000), many of whom advertise their services on websites such as Vivastreet or CityVibe rather than working on street corners like those in other countries.



Italy is a very promiscuous country. It’s known for its beautiful women, and its population of men and women who are sexually active. Italy has a high divorce rate, so that means there are plenty of single people looking to get laid! Italy is also a great place to have fun because there are many things to do here including: eating good food, drinking wine or coffee at cafes while talking with friends or family members while they watch you walk down the street with your girlfriend/boyfriend holding hands like you’re in love but really it’s just lustful passion between two people who don’t care about each other but want nothing more than sex right now because we can’t wait any longer after all these years being together without having sex once again since our last encounter which happened six months ago during spring break when we went skiing together upstate New York where there were no ski lifts available so instead we had fun hiking up hillsides then coming back down them via sledding (it wasn’t snowing yet).



Switzerland is a country in the middle of Europe that is known for its mountains and lakes. It has a rich history, with the Alps being home to some of the oldest human settlements in Europe. Switzerland has many beautiful cities that attract tourists from around the world, including Bern (the capital), Basel (a port city) and Zurich (a financial hub). Switzerland’s population is about 8.5 million people — about half as many as New York City — but it has one of the highest per capita incomes on Earth thanks to its stable economy and high wages paid by multinational corporations who operate there.



Thailand is the 9th most promiscuous country in the world, and it’s not hard to see why. With over 1 million sex workers and a rate of STDs that rivals some developing countries, Thailand has been called “the brothel capital of Asia.” In fact, Thailand’s high rates of HIV infection (2% of adults) and teenage pregnancy (one out of every ten women aged 15-19 will give birth this year) are among the highest in Southeast Asia.


South Africa

South Africa is the 10th most promiscuous country in the world. The HIV/AIDS rate in South Africa is 26%, making it one of the highest rates worldwide. There are also many cases of other sexually transmitted diseases, including syphilis and gonorrhea. In addition, there are many sex workers in this country who may not be using condoms during their business transactions with clients–and these clients may then go on to infect others outside their encounters with these prostitutes. South Africa also has one of highest numbers of men who have sex with men (MSM) globally: according to estimates from UNAIDS, MSM make up at least 1% of all adults aged 15-49 years old; they are more likely than heterosexuals or bisexuals to contract HIV due to unprotected anal intercourse with other males; furthermore, unprotected anal intercourse carries higher risks for transmission than vaginal intercourse does because there is increased exposure time during anal sex compared with vaginal sex

So, there you have it: the 10 most promiscuous countries in the world. I hope you enjoyed reading about them as much as I did researching them!