Photos: Top ten most sexually active U.S. cities, and where Denver finishes
We recently stumbled across a vintage list of the ten most sexually active American cities assembled by Quality Health.
Big photos below.
Turns out Denver is very high among communities experiencing a happy ending, if you know what we mean.
And we're pretty sure you do.
Where did Denver finish? Look below to see the photo-illustrated roster, featuring Quality Health text.
Cambridge, MassachusettsNumber 9:
This academic hub, which houses both Harvard and M.I.T., is also the city with the most relationship savvy: 58 percent of its romantic Amazon.com purchases are books about relationships. Cambridge's lower-than-average birth rates kept it from earning a top spot on our list, but it's interesting to note that in 1991 Massachusetts became the first location to institute a statewide condom availability program in its high schools.
Cincinnati, OhioContinue to keep counting down the top ten most sexually active U.S. cities to find out where Denver finishes.
Known for its scenic, small-town charm, Cincinnati, not Las Vegas, may be the real "sin city." Although its birth rates have been declining for decades, residents of the Midwestern metropolis buy contraceptives at a 70 percent higher rate than the rest of the country; when it comes to sales at Pure Romance, Cincinnati ranks third.