There's a piece in today's Post promoting a sex survey to be published jointly this month by Esquire and Marie Claire (and what a meeting of the minds that must have been). The less-than-stunning study on The Way We Fuck Now is pretty standard fare: Men like to have it from behind, women are attracted to "kindness," everyone likes 'Net porn, etc. What's more interesting to us is the Post's bizarre house style on when it uses air quotes: "Do it" and "doing it" get the treatment, while doggy-style and missionary (which Postie Dan Mangan apparently finds to be "plain vanilla") are unencumbered by the punctuation. We can't quite get our "head" around it.

Oh, by the way? A mere 16 per cent of women in their twenties have pubes. Yes! Vindicated!