Oklahoma City ranks No. 8 on 'Hotbeds of Sex' list

Men's Health poll ranks 100 cities for sexual activity
By Heather Warlick-Moore Modified: September 15, 2010 at 1:37 pm •  Published: September 13, 2010
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Oklahoma City's in the mood! That's right, according to the America's “Hotbeds of Sex” list published by Men's Health, Oklahoma City ranks eighth on a list of 100 of the most sexually active cities in the country.

The list appears in the October issue of Men's Health as part of the magazine's monthly Metrogrades feature, which ranks 100 U.S. cities along varying criteria. The list is based on condom sales, birthrates, sex toy sales and rates of sexually transmitted diseases as determined by state health departments.

Austin ranked No. 1 followed by Dallas; Columbus, Ohio; Durham, N.C.; Denver; Indianapolis; and Arlington, Texas.

So, who's having the least sex? No. 100 on the list is Portland, Maine, just below Burlington, Vt.; Yonkers, N.Y.; Charleston, W.Va.; Manchester, N.H.; St. Petersburg, Fla.; Hartford, Conn.; Buffalo, N.Y.; Reno, Nev.; and Billings, Mont.

Is this national ranking a good thing? You tell us!


1.) Austin, TX

2.) Dallas, TX

3.) Columbus, OH

4.) Durham, NC

5.) Denver, CO

6.) Indianapolis, IN

7.) Arlington, TX

8.) Oklahoma City, OK

9.) Bakersfield, CA

10.) Houston, TX

11.) Lubbock, TX

12.) Fort Worth, TX

13.) Charlotte, NC

14.) Fresno, CA

15.) San Antonio, TX

16.) Richmond, VA

17.) Anchorage, AK

18.) Nashville, TN

19.) Memphis, TN

20.) Kansas City, MO

21.) Atlanta, GA

22.) Omaha, NE

23.) Salt Lake City, UT

24.) Milwaukee, WI

25.) Jackson, MS

26.) Washington, DC

27.) El Paso, TX

28.) Baltimore, MD

29.) Raleigh, NC

30.) Wichita, KS

31.) Montgomery, AL

32.) Columbia, SC

33.) Philadelphia, PA

34.) Cincinnati, OH

35.) St. Paul, MN

36.) Sacramento, CA

37.) Grand Rapids, MI

38.) Tulsa, OK

39.) Modesto, CA

40.) Sioux Falls, SD

41.) Chicago, IL

42.) Fort Wayne, IN

43.) San Diego, CA

44.) Des Moines, IA

45.) Phoenix, AZ

46.) New Orleans, LA

47.) Lincoln, NE

48.) Little Rock, AR

49.) Birmingham, AL

50.) Minneapolis, MN

51.) Jacksonville, FL

52.) Colorado Springs, CO

53.) Corpus Christi, TX

54.) Los Angeles, CA

55.) Virginia Beach, VA

56.) Fargo, ND

57.) Albuquerque, NM

58.) St. Louis, MO

59.) Portland, OR

60.) Boise, ID

61.) Aurora, CO

62.) Toledo, OH

63.) Greensboro, NC

64.) Riverside, CA

65.) Detroit, MI

66.) Lexington, KY

67.) Providence, RI

68.) Madison, WI

69.) Newark, NJ

70.) Las Vegas, NV

71.) Orlando, FL

72.) Louisville, KY

73.) New York, NY

74.) San Francisco, CA

75.) Rochester, NY

76.) Boston, MA

77.) Cheyenne, WY

78.) Seattle, WA

79.) Spokane, WA

80.) Cleveland, OH

81.) San Jose, CA

82.) Honolulu, HI

83.) Tampa, FL

84.) Oakland, CA

85.) Anaheim, CA

86.) Tucson, AZ

87.) Jersey City, NJ

88.) Miami, FL

89.) Pittsburgh, PA

90.) Wilmington, DE

91.) Billings, MT

92.) Reno, NV

93.) Buffalo, NY

94.) Hartford, CT

95.) St. Petersburg, FL

96.) Manchester, NH

97.) Charleston, WV

98.) Yonkers, NY

99.) Burlington, VT

100.) Portland, ME

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