Quick & dirty: misleading sex surveys in women's mags (video)

Christine Ottery, on her awesome new blog Women's Mag Science (check older posts) did a very interesting interview with Dr. Petra Boynton about the way sex surveys in women's magazines are done, and how misleading they often are. Watch the video:

The quick and dirty world of women's magazines from Christine Ottery on Vimeo.

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While I'm kvetching? Dome with the Ballerina too. Just saying.

Ah, thanks Bora! Sweet of you to mention!

By Christine Ottery (not verified) on 21 Jun 2010 #permalink