shhhhh "Sex in the City"

by Maureen McCabe on May 1, 2008

Columbus skyline as a postcardI don’t read Men’s Health Magazine. The Men’s Health Magazine website has “tons of useful stuff” (it says so.) Men’s Health Magazine is just not my kind of magazine for obvious reasons but if I EVER need to remind myself what 6 pack abs look like, I’m glad to have the link to their website. I am not sure if the list of cities with Columbus being “one of the most sexually satisfied” cities in the nation is just in the magazine or if it is there somewhere on the Magazine’s website.


The sad news as reported by The Other Paper? The sad news is that Columbus is only number two… to Indianapolis. Columbus will just have to try harder.


I do read The Other Paper, “Sex in the City” by Lyndsey Teter is the April 24, 2008 cover story. Entertaining story if you like ‘The Other Paper.’ If you don’t like The Other Paper by all means move along… don’t read it… do not click on the link.


I love the local comments about the Men’s Health Magazine list and how unscientific it is (births, prophylactics, toy buying is the basic formula used by the magazine to determine satisfaction with sex as a city as I understand it, from The Other Paper.) The quote I love the most is from Senate Minority Leader Ray Miller:

“And if we don’t want to attract, you know, perverts from bordering states, I don’t think that this should be discussed publicly.”

Sorry. No wonder Mayor Coleman avoided commenting for “The Other Paper.”

Columbus has made lists in that magazine before for being the fattest city…

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1 Wayne Long May 4, 2008 at 08:19 am

I knew I liked to read your blog for some reason. :) Hopefully Columbus Ohio’s success will trickle down to its smaller sister city in Georgia.

2 Maureen McCabe May 5, 2008 at 10:55 am

Best wishes to ALL the cities named Columbus in the US!!!! to make all the best lists that they can… Thanks for the comment Wayne

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