Amazon: Miami is America's Sexiest City, Miami Gardens One of the Least Romantic

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Apparently Miami's reputation as a sexy city even extends to our book shelves. Based on sales data, Amazon.com has ranked Miami as one of the most romantic cities in America, and the number one sexiest. Which basically means we're buying a ton of sex toys off Amazon.

However, the nearby suburb of Miami Gardens has been named one of the least romantic cities in America.

Amazon analyzed "sales data of romance novels and relationship books (Kindle Books and print books), romantic comedy movies (digital movies and DVDs), Barry White albums (CDs and MP3s), along with sexual wellness products" since the beginning of the year for every city in America with more than 100,000 residents and found that Miami was the fourth most romantic city.

They even provided this snazzy graphic:

They also found based on sales data of just "sexual wellness products," which includes things like condoms, lubes, vibrators and bondage gear (yeah, Amazon sells it) that Miami is the sexiest city in America. It also means Miami is the number one city in America in hoping no one accidentally opens up your Amazon.com order when you have it delivered to your office.

Ah, but all is not full of love in South Florida. Miami Gardens was named one of the three least romantic cities in America.

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