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Hot Times in the City: As Summer Temperatures Soar, Pulse of Passion Survey Reveals What Makes Americans Sizzle in Relationships
Date:7/7/2010

MIAMI, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- With temperatures surpassing 100 degrees in many areas of the country, the heat is on everybody's mind...and people aren't only thinking of the blazing temperatures outdoors! According to a new survey commissioned by Grove Medical, the creators of Sensis Condoms with QuikStrips™, Americans think relationships, commitment and love fuel the heat in romantic relationships.

The "Pulse of Passion" study found that when Americans think of passion, most associated the word with love (70%), romance (67%), sex (55%), and commitment (43%).  

People still value the everyday gestures of affection, reporting that listening more intently (48%), planning regular dates (48%), and even just turning off the television (37%) are ways to promote passion.   And while simple gestures, like holding hands or snuggling, are cited as ways to keep the passion alive in a relationship, almost 40 percent of women up the ante by choosing racy lingerie to add  heat to the passion department and the same number of men expect candy and flowers to drive passion amongst their female partners.

If the above sounds a little tame, remember that the majority of men and women admit that sometimes passion won't wait with 65 percent having succumbed to passion in a car and almost 30 percent letting sparks fly in a public park!  But, that same spontaneity may lead to some unsafe activities with more than 40 percent of Americans reporting that fumbling to apply a condom can dampen the mood in the bedroom – and approximately 90 percent of those surveyed admitting to having sex without a condom at some point in their lives. A recent Kinsey Report points to disruption of "the mood" as a main barrier to condom use.  In fact, a third of adults actually feel
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