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Richmond named one of America's most promiscuous cities

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -

Attention ladies: Richmond is a magnet for rich, sexually active men.

A new poll ranks Richmond as the 9th most promiscuous city, when it comes to wealthy men. That puts the River City one spot above Hartford, CT and just behind Hoboken, NJ.

SeekingArrangement.com, which claims to be the world's largest Sugar Daddy dating website, conducted the poll. It asked 5,000 of its male members to name the top 10 cities where rich men are getting the most action. Roughly 55 percent of Richmond's sugar daddies have more than seven sexual partners, the poll claims.

New York City and San Francisco are two of the least promiscuous cities, with less than 15 percent.

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