Sex makes the world go around, but views towards the morality and freedom of it vary wildly across the globe. The most recent analysis of global promiscuity was conducted over ten years ago, so naturally cultural values have evolved since then. The experts at NapLab have conducted thorough research on multiple sex-related factors to create a new Global Promiscuity Index. This index helps determine how the people of different countries view and approach promiscuous sex, or sex just for the pleasure and freedom of all parties involved. Of course, some countries are much more open and accepting of sex, while others are significantly more conservative or repressed. The six factors include the mean age of virginity loss, the average number of sexual partners, the STD rate per 100,000 people, the percentage of people who believe premarital sex is morally acceptable, the legality of prostitution, and the legality of premarital sex. This infographic visualizes the data to showcase which countries are the most and least promiscuous overall.