New zealand sex
In the 1996 Census there were 1,840,800 females resident in New Zealand, approximately 63,300 more than the number of men.Up until recently New Zealand had fewer women than men.This was due to the preponderance of men in successive immigrant flows.
It is projected that by 2051 there will be 2,269,000 women and girls living in New Zealand, giving a ratio of 102 females for every 100 males.
Prepare to clutch some major pearls, affect a stiff upper lip and a distant gaze, because the show certainly does what is says on the tin. Whilst the deed is being done, Jones takes us through the latest in sexual statistics, technology and health.
Parodying terrible inventions and start-up culture, the host Nathan Fielder constructs a soundproof box to place children in so parents can have sex in a family hotel room. As someone who strictly referred to genitals as “front bums” until older than I’m proud of, it was an alleviating experience to hear another women throw around her P’s and V’s so unapologetically. However hesitant and shy, couples have the safety of the experts, and the knowledge that nothing they do inside the box will be broadcast to the wide eyes of the audience – much to the dismay of many.
The increase in the share of women in the New Zealand population is mainly due to women's greater life expectancy.
Although more males are born than females (51 percent of all babies born in 1996 were male), more males die before their first birthday (55 percent of all infant deaths in 1996 were male).
An excess of male deaths over females deaths continues for most age groups up to the age of 80 years.Population projections indicate that women will continue to outnumber men well into next century.The 1945 Census was the first to record more females than males as it did not include servicemen located overseas during World War II.The 1971 Census was the first complete census to record more females than males.Since then the female population has grown faster than the male population.By 1996 there were 104 females to every 100 males, as shown in the figure below.