This was in the Sunday Star times and is a report on a TVNZ investigation into the sexual behavior of New Zealand women, a follow up to the infamous Durex survey which purportedly shows Kiwi girls are the most promiscuous in the world.
TVNZ Sunday correspondent Janet McIntyre said there was anecdotal evidence from the five women on the show that the Durex survey findings were valid.
"There's a new kind of mating ritual sex is the point of entry into the relationship."
If the first-up sex wasn't any good women weren't prepared to waste their time progressing the relationship.
"There's no dating culture any more." In candid interviews about their sexual experiences some of the women who are all in their twenties felt empowered by having sex and wanted to celebrate and enjoy it.
McIntyre said all the women who had experienced one-night stands had been affected by alcohol, a term described by at least one expert in a report as "getting pissed and hooking up".
If the sole criteria for a relationship is "good sex" rather than a package deal that involves companionship, shared values, mutual understanding and shared experiences, as well as the sexual aspect of course then there is not much to look forward too for these women. All they will have in their future is childlessness and loneliness as their sexual allure fades, as it will.
Hopefully all this represents is the banality of the makers of New Zealand documentaries because if this is truly representative of modern New Zealand women our culture has no future whatsoever and nor do our young women (and men).